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Political uncertainty in oil-producing regions, soaring fuel prices and environmental concerns are sparking renewed interest in wind-generated electricity in the United States. The 20 percent share of the electricity production in Denmark is near the outer limit of wind power's potential, but even raising the current 1 percent share in the U.S. to, say, 5 percent would mean a huge reduction in dependence on fossil fuels - and provide a significant boost to the emerging "green energy" industry.
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Title Annotation:EDITORIAL
Publication:Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA)
Article Type:Editorial
Date:Apr 28, 2007
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