The demand for wind energy in Texas is not expected to wane anytime soon according to a report commissioned by the Texas Clean Energy Commission. The report was done to examine the future of natural gas and renewable energy within the next twenty years.
Experts are predicting that there will be an increase in the amount of power share for renewable energy from 10% to 43% within the next two decades. This is as a result of the continuous demands for power which is fueling the increase of construction of wind farms in the state as well as the introduction of new transmission lines.
The wind farms that are currently being constructed are being estimated to cost over $2 billion dollars and will generate more than a 1000 megawatts of energy. The energy generated is expected to provide electricity to over 350,000 homes across the state.