By Tom Kleckner ERCOT enters 2018 facing new questions, as the growth in wind energy has begun threatening not only coal but also less efficient natural gas-fired generation. In late November, the 155-MW Fluvanna Wind Energy Project in West Texas went online, pushing ERCOT’s wind power capacity past 20 GW.
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