Four trends stood out in US wind power in Q3 2017

The American Wind Energy Association AWEA has done the math for the third quarter and it seems like going green was quite popular as a peak was reached for new wind turbine projects.

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A rising number of US energy companies have joined in on the development of large-scale wind power projects. The country's manufacturers continue to sign power purchasing agreements (PPA). And the number of wind turbine projects under construction in the US  never seems to have been higher than right now.

These are three of the four top trends on the US wind turbine market, according to the American Wind Energy Association AWEA, which has just released its market report for the third quarter.

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