A recent decision by Texas regulators to turn down a large wind farm project highlights how changes in one energy sector can affect others, even if they are not directly related, writes Energy Institute Research Associate Joshua Rhodes. In this case, the price of oil has helped keep natural gas prices down, which in turn made the 2,000 MW wind project less attractive. Read more in Rhodes’ op-ed in Forbes.
Are high oil prices starting to hurt wind power?
Aug. 29, 2018