America has an almost unlimited resource of wind blowing off our coasts and across our lands, and we can use it to power more of our lives.
Wind power is a key ingredient for a clean and renewable energy future. It’s a huge new harvest from America’s fields, farms and coasts. America produced enough wind energy to power 35 million typical homes in 2021 – 2.7 times as much wind energy as in 2012.
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Did You Know?
Texas leads the nation in installed wind power capacity.
In 2021, the Lone Star State produced enough electricity from wind to power more than 9 million average U.S. households.
Arizona ranks among national leaders in solar growth
Decade-long analysis details dramatic clean energy growth in Arizona and nation
New data: Poll shows voters strongly back climate-related infrastructure investments
A new analysis from Hart Research of survey data from 19 competitive House districts across the country revealed remarkably strong support, across party lines, for President Joe Biden’s American Jobs Plan. Notably, the provisions that would address the climate crisis garnered even stronger support than the overall infrastructure plan did.
Biden to commit to major emissions reductions in sweeping climate announcement
WASHINGTON -- According to reports ahead of a global climate summit in Washington, President Joe Biden will announce Thursday that the United States will reduce global warming emissions 50 percent by 2030 as part of America’s commitments under the newly rejoined Paris climate accords. This nearly doubles the target agreed to in 2015 by the Obama administration. The reductions will hinge on an accelerated transition to carbon-free electricity and the phase out of gas-powered vehicles.
A new beginning for climate action
When President Joe Biden was sworn into office last month amid a masked and eerily quiet Washington D.C., I wasn’t expecting immediate, far-reaching action on climate. I had become so accustomed to the executive branch ignoring the existential threat of a warming planet that I forgot what was possible at the federal level. President Biden reminded me.
Responding to the crisis in Texas
Our energy system is more fragile than it should be, but with smart planning and decisions we can make a cleaner, safer, more resilient energy system a reality.
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