The US has been building an impressive wind farm for the past few years, but it’s still far from complete.
As part of its plan to replace coal with clean energy, the US government is considering a new wind farm, but with no construction underway.
The wind farm would be the largest in the country, capable of generating enough electricity to power almost 3 million homes.
The US National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has put the total cost of building the wind farm at $4.7 billion.
But the US Department of Energy (DOE) has already put a price tag of $6.2 billion.
The project has sparked debate about what the government is willing to spend on wind energy and its role in the US economy.
The first phase of the project, called Project Eagle, was set to begin in 2021.
The DOE is currently planning a second phase, which is planned to begin sometime in 2022.
The second phase will involve a number of wind farms around the US, and in the coming years will likely be used to support the US military.
But it is likely that the second phase of Eagle will not be completed.
The federal government is looking to build up to 200 wind turbines, which will then be able to generate enough electricity for as many as 10 million homes in the United States.
It is hoped that the US will become a major energy exporter, with the construction of a major wind farm making the country a global power player.
A new US energy source is not new.
It was estimated in 2015 that wind turbines would generate between 1 and 2 gigawatts (GW) of electricity in the year 2020.
But with the first wave of wind turbines still being built, it is unclear how much of this new wind power will be available for the future.
The new US wind farms would be much larger than those currently being built in the USA.
The turbines would be capable of producing 1.2 GW of power, and the total potential for energy production could reach 5 GW.
But in order to produce 5 GW of electricity, the turbines would have to be capable in a few years time of producing much more than 5 GW, which would be a major challenge.
The most significant problem that the turbines are going to face is the fact that wind energy is not currently economically viable in the same way that coal is economically viable.
In the past, wind turbines were not profitable because they were expensive to build.
Today, they are expensive to operate, but there is still no shortage of the energy that is generated by the wind.
This has led to the US being one of the largest users of wind energy in the world.
However, the cost of wind power has been increasing steadily, making it difficult for the US to meet its electricity demand, according to the Congressional Research Service.
This is particularly true for power plants that produce electricity from coal.
The total cost for wind energy, even though it is cheaper than coal, is still not sustainable, according the CRS report.
In 2018, the average cost of electricity from wind was $1.42 per kilowatt-hour.
That is a huge drop from the $3.12 per kiloWatt-hours in 2017, and an increase of $1,900 per megawatt-year from 2005.
The current average price for wind power is still only around $2.55 per kilogrammeWatt, but if the price continues to drop, the total power production from wind could drop below $1 per megawatts.
Wind turbines will also not be able turn themselves on at the same rate that coal power plants do, which could mean that wind power in the future is going to be less economical.
The cost of energy from wind turbines is also expected to increase with time.
As the price of wind increases, it will also be more expensive to turn them on, because they will have to work more.
This will lead to increased power costs in the long run.
Wind is still expensive because it does not have any natural gas reserves.
A large part of the cost is due to the cost to extract the natural gas, which means that the cost will also rise with time as well.
As wind is a renewable resource, it does have a low carbon footprint.
In addition, the fact is that it is currently expensive to produce power from wind because it requires more energy to be generated than other forms of power generation, such as nuclear or natural gas.
Wind energy is expected to grow in the near future, but will be more cost-effective as time goes on.
A lot of these issues will be addressed in the next few years with a new generation of wind technology.
Renewable energy is on the rise in the developed world, and as the wind energy industry matures, the development of renewable energy will become more feasible for the average person.
The renewable energy industry is on track to grow rapidly, but more people will have the opportunity to take advantage of this growing renewable energy.