United States Wind Turbine Power Generating Industry - 2015 Edition

 United States Wind Turbine Power Generating Industry - 2015 Edition

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Format: Laminated, High Resolution Inkjet
Available Size: 42" x 65"
Publication Date: April 2015

Produced by Industrial Info Resources

The pace of development of wind power in the past has been largely dependent on tax incentives such as the federal production tax credit (PTC). As power production from wind becomes more profitable and less cost-inhibitive, the renewal of these subsidies grows more uncertain each year.

While several thousand megawatts of wind power are being planned in the coming years, if tax credits are removed, many of these projects will likely fall by the wayside. A lack of existing transmission infrastructure also poses a challenge for many wind projects that are located far from the metropolitan areas that they hope to supply.

The existing plant listing features the following information for each facility:

  • Owner Name and Plant Name
  • Plant Operating Status (operational, under construction)
  • Plant ID (vital link to our database for further plant information)
  • Plant Primary SIC Code
  • Plant Employee Count
  • Plant Union Representation
  • Plant Start-up Date
  • Plant Geographical Reference
  • Plant Telephone Number
  • Operating Statistics (turbine count, capacity)
  • Windfarm by Status (operational, shuttered, mothballed, under construction, in development, closed, proposed)
  • Status of Spending Activity (maintenance, construction, approved, proposed)

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