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Texas, other red states leading US in wind, solar energy, report finds
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Red states like Texas and Oklahoma, among others, are leading the United States in generating wind and solar energy, according to the findings of new report.
Climate Central’s WeatherPower Year in Review: 2022 indicated that the nation’s capacity to generate carbon-free energy from solar and wind grew last year to more than 238 gigawatts (GW) – up from around 13 GWs in 2021.
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