A recent analysis of wind energy data from the federal government showed electricity production from wind power in Oklahoma fell nearly 10% in May.
Still, a Wind Generation Report by ChooseEnergy.com ranked Oklahoma second nationally and only behind Texas for electricity production from wind turbines and towers. Texas produced more than 30% of the nation’s electricity form wind in May, nearly three times what Oklahoma did.
Oklahoma’s wind power production declined 9.9% from April to May but the state still had one of the highest dependency rates on wind powered electricity at 52.4%. No reason was offered for the decline of electricity production in the state.
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