1. The nameplate capacity of a wind turbine is somewhat arbitrary, therefore so is the capacity factor, because current pre-build estimates are based on wind resource surveys, and calculations made with nameplate capacity.
    For decades now, the capacity factor of wind power, calculating the average energy delivered, has been predicted to be in the 35

  2. Thanks for bringing up this point about the Marketwatch video, Rod. Marketwatch should be illustrating real profit/loss numbers and future investing options for their viewers in this type of speical report, not providing political platforms for known anti-nuclear groups.

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