Oklahoma added more wind power in 2018, report shows

OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma still has the wind at its back when it comes to adding more renewable energy to the Southwest Power Pool’s energy generating portfolio. A report released last week by the American Wind Energy Association shows the Sooner State added 576 megawatts of capacity to its wind generation fleet during 2018. Only three other states added more wind generation during the year, but Oklahoma dropped a spot — from second to third — for operational wind energy capacity at the end of the year, with 8,072 megawatts. Tulsa World

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Author: Matthew Randle