According to the U.S. Department of Energy's "2012 Wind Technologies Market Report," Ohio generates "less than 3 percent of its in-state power from wind energy," Dayton Business Journal reports. On the national level, however, annual wind power capacity additions hit a new record in 2012 with 13.1 GW of new capacity added and $25 billion invested. For more, read the full story and report.
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U.S. Department of Energy reports that Ohio generates less than 3 percent of its in-state power from wind energy
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