There are a lot of windy cities in the US and Canada, but only two are the hottest.
That’s because of a couple of factors.
The first is how much energy a given city is using.
Windy cities are usually the most energy intensive places in the world.
And that means the more windy the city is, the more it’s burning.
But how much?
According to a report published by energy company Wind Energy Canada in September, “windy cities account for nearly 50% of energy used in the United States and for more than 60% of all electricity consumed in Canada.”
In other words, the biggest windy places burn more electricity than the least windy ones.
The second factor is the amount of renewable energy.
The report found that, for every megawatt of wind capacity in a city, about 10 to 15 megawatts of renewable generation is added.
Wind turbines, which can be as large as a football field, are also big.
Wind energy in general is relatively inexpensive, and it is cheap to install.
Wind power is typically used to heat homes and businesses.
Wind can also be used to generate electricity when the wind is blowing hard or when it is blowing at an angle.
That means windy locations are good for generating more power than they consume, and wind power is more efficient than other forms of energy, like natural gas.
“Wind power can also have a big impact on greenhouse gas emissions,” said Michael Smith, an energy analyst with the Climate Institute at Columbia University.
Wind-powered homes generate carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas, when they burn fuel.
Wind turbine blades are also responsible for a lot more greenhouse gas pollution than natural gas-burning homes.
Wind farms are good places to put carbon dioxide because they create a lot less heat.
But carbon dioxide is a greenhouse gases that are released when carbon dioxide levels rise, and that’s the reason why wind farms emit less carbon dioxide than other energy sources.
That also means wind energy also releases more carbon dioxide when it’s not generating electricity, but the amount is still smaller than other sources of energy.
Wind is still the most efficient way to generate energy in the country, according to the report.
Wind generated more electricity in the Midwest than anywhere else in the contiguous United States, according the report, and in many parts of the country wind turbines are still the biggest source of electricity generation in the region.
It’s no surprise then that the Midwest has the highest wind energy use in the entire country.
Wind in particular is very valuable to power the Midwest because it’s a region with a lot to offer in the form of cheap, abundant energy.
For instance, wind power can power an entire community, with a total energy output that’s roughly 10 times the amount generated by gas or oil.