American Wind Energy Association 2Q Report

The U.S. wind industry installed 310 MW of wind power capacity during the second quarter of 2016, bringing cumulative year-to-date installations to 830 MW, according to the AWEA. AWEA Quarterly Reports now include a full list of electric utility requests for proposals (RFPs) issued during 2016.

In total, developers reported more than 12,450 MW of wind capacity currently under construction, a 23% increase over the first quarter of 2016, with more than 3,000 MW in new construction announcements.

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