As of September 2019, cumulative US-installed onshore wind capacity exceeded 100 gigawatts (GW) according to the US Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) Preliminary Monthly Electric Generator report. Over half of that amount has been installed since the start of 2012. Only nine states in the entire country do not have at least one installed wind turbine. Data showed that Texas has the most onshore wind capacity at 26.9 GW followed by Iowa at 8.9 GW, Oklahoma at 8.1 GW, and Kansas at 6.2 GW. EIA expects another 14.3 GW of wind capacity to come online in 2020.
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