I think wind power is a very viable source of power in certain areas.
The following is an excerpt from an article in the U.S. governmant website concerning wind power.
"The strongest winds in the United States tend to be in Alaska, the western United States, and the Appalachians. Wind power currently supplies about 1% of United States electricity needs, but capacity is expanding rapidly. Although wind will contribute more to the United States electric supply in the future, like hydropower it cannot be expected to supply all of our electric needs"
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