Wind energy is climbing across the United States, with 11 states in 2015 getting at least 10 percent of their total electricity from wind farms, according to the U.S.. energy Information Administration, an arm of the U.S. Department of Energy.

Just five years ago, only three states had at least 10 percent of their electricity produced by wind farms, the EIA said.

In Colorado, 14 percent of the power produced in the state came from wind, the EIA said in a report Wednesday.

The leader was Iowa, which had 31 percent of the state’s power coming from wind farms.

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