True, and a nice glimpse of things to come.
Texas has lots of land but not a monopoly or huge advantage on sun or wind compared to many states. And the cost of these technologies continues to improve making it a better move for other states each year.
Here is an aesthetically pleasing ~live national wind map. One can see wind resources are readily available in most states.http://hint.fm/wind/
Nice wide band of high average wind speed from upper Midwest, down to Texas, more so in the upper Midwest. Lots of land to place wind turbines here. Only the traditional South has the relatively weakest wind conditions but sufficient sun.
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