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Does north carolina have wind power?

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Wind Power can help meet North Carolina's Energy Needs. According to the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, North Carolina has the capacity to produce 8 million MWh of wind energy.

Why Wind Power for North Carolina?

According to the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, North Carolina has the capacity to produce 8 million MWh of wind energy. This amount of electricity would account for 8% of our state's electricity consumption. Wind Power Develops Rural Economies.

How Much Wind Does a Wind Turbine Need? Of course, the amount of electricity a wind turbine generates depends on the size of the turbine, also known as the power rating, and how fast the wind is travelling at the turbine’s location. Wind turbines have a power rating usually ranging from 250 watts (enough to charge a battery) to 10 kilowatts (enough to power a house) to six

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