By Paul Dvorak Aaron Bloom / National Renewable Energy Laboratory
When you think of the nation’s electric grid, you may picture a single, seamless entity stretching across the country. In reality, our grid has emerged over time and is actually divided into multiple regions. As demand for reliable power has grown over the years, different parts of the country have tapped into their unique energy potential.
The central United States, in particular, has been a major source of American power since the 1950s. More recently, there have been substantial increases in renewable energy capacity with the development of wind and solar resources in the central
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