For the first time, electricity production from Spanish wind mills topped that of nuclear, coal and solar. Spain's location in the south of Europe means it's endowed with lots of sunshine and clear windy skies — which it's put to use becoming a leader in renewable energy.
Spain's Wind Farms Break Energy Record
Fri, February 8, 2013 9:00am
Story by Lauren Frayer
Listen to this story on npr.org »