Getting a Second Wind

[US News and World Report] No renewable energy is growing faster than wind power, and yet those gigantic white turbines–one built every four hours—are churning out less than 1 percent of the nation’s electricity. To get to 20 percent—President Bush’s aim—production would have to ramp up to one every 15 minutes for 25 years, says Vic Abate, vice president for renewables at General Electric.
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