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Updated topic - Updated: 2023-01-01
The topic has been updated to account for the advances in technology that have driven the recent expansion of wind farm developments offshore.

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New Amazing Energy topic - Updated: 2022-12-31
SAT Energy is a manufacturer and installer of solar LED luminaires. They design custom systems capable of lighting streets, mailboxes, parking lots, schools, parks, sports centers, ranches and more without the need of power from utility companies.

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Updated topic - Updated: 2022-12-29
The topic has been updated to include the current status of offshore wind farms, both worldwide and in the US.

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Updated topic - Updated: 2022-12-28
This topic has been updated to reflect the current cost of wind power.

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Updated topic - Updated: 2022-12-27
The topic has been updated to reflect the current cost of wind power and its contribution to total US electricity consumption.

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Updated topic - Updated: 2022-12-16
The topic has been updated with current details on onshore and offshore wind turbine sizes.

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New information resource added - Updated: 2022-11-25
OWOE has found a new link to an information provider that uses data-driven visuals to highlight the big picture to help simplify a complex world. Go directly to Visual Capitalist

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New fun fact added - Updated: 2022-11-22
The Siemens Gamesa 14-222 DD offshore wind turbine set a world record for electrical output from a single turbine in one day of 359 MWh in a 24 hour period in October 2022. It is nominally rated at 14 MW but operated at an average of just under 15 MW.

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Updated topic - Updated: 2022-11-11
The topic has been updated to include information about the latest technological advancements in geothermal energy - super hot rock energy. A recent study by the Clean Air Task Force has concluded that with significant private and public investment, supportive regulatory policies, and continued technological innovation, super hot rock energy can plausibly be commercialized in the 2030s.

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