With more transmission, Nebraska could integrate 2 GW more wind power

The state of Nebraska could benefit from developing an additional 5,000 to 10,000 MW of wind power, but this could require building out transmission infrastructure, according to a study by Brattle Group economists. Based upon a review of state, regional, and national renewable energy and transmission policies, the report identifies the following challenges to wind power developments in Nebraska : 1. Transmission Constraints: Transmission projects currently in development will provide transmission infrastructure sufficient to integrate at least another 2,000 MW of wind power projects.

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