Renewable energy is the wave of the future and has a growing force behind it every day. We already have Solar Electricity, Solar Hot water and Solar Pool Systems but there is also renewable energy in Wind Power. States like Colorado, Nebraska, New Mexico, and Wyoming benefit a lot with Wind Power. Unlike the renewable energy from solar electricity and solar hot water, Wind Power does not need sunlight. It generates electricity throughout the night when the sun is down. Having these two renewable energies work together, brings forth the best partnership for generating electricity in all weather conditions. Colorado is the proof of this, with their 65MW Colorado Highlands Wind Power project to the largest Solar Electricity power plants in the U.S. You will not find much use of Wind Power in the Phoenix area but places such as Prescott, Payson, Flagstaff or Northern Areas of Arizona benefit from Wind Power much more. Renewable energy is becoming more affordable every day. It could even be a mandatory requirement for every state in the future.