Cheapest source of electricity – wind power

The electricity is cheaper in Texas and Europe thanks to wind power.

Wind energy replaces other more expensive forms of power generation such as natural gas.

According to case studies made in Germany, Denmark and Belgium, the wind power will become the cheapest source of energy.

Wind reduces CO2 emissions and we have stronger evidence that wind power also reduces electricity prices for consumers.

Wind power drive down electricity costs because wind (and solar) have no fuel costs and low operating and maintenance costs.

The reality is that you get cheaper electricity with wind and spews no carbon and provides lots more domestic jobs.

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