Will Coal Power Climate Studies Supercomputer?

Will cheap Wyoming coal power the new climate studies supercomputer?

1.3 Billion Wind Turbines Needed to Replace Coal

In the United States in 2007 coal was responsible for generating 2,016,456 gigawatts of power. As 1 gigawatt equals 1,000 megawatts you would need 1.3 billion (2,016,456,000 megawatts / 1.5) wind turbines to replace coal. And coal only accounts for 48% of electricity production.

Americans for American Energy Act

Rob Bishop is the representative of the district in which I live. I have reproduced here a simplified list of his energy act, H.R. 6384, which has already been co-sponsored by more than two dozen other lawmakers and runs some 215 pages long.