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DTE Produces Enough Wind Power To Run 24,000 Homes - But Part Of The Day Only


people mistakenly envision 24,000 homes getting all their electricity just from wind. Given the nature of wind power, though, it can’t happen. The Michigan Public Service Commission says that wind power has a 36 percent “annual capacity factor.”


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