U.S. wind installations in July-September fell 22% from a year ago to 1.5 GW, as some developers delayed projects due to supply chain issues.

U.S. wind developers have installed 7.3 GW of capacity so far this year, far lower than in 2020 when developers raced to meet end of year deadlines for tax credits.

Annual installations must quadruple by the end of the decade to meet President Biden’s carbon reduction targets, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) said in a recent report.

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