Nebraska has the twenty-fourth largest installed capacity of wind in the country, based on the latest figures. As of the end of 2010, Nebraska has the installed capacity of 213 megawatts of wind energy, which is less than 1 percent (0.53%) of the nation's installed capacity of 40,180 megawatts. Texas has the largest installed capacity (10,085 megawatts which is 25.1 percent of the nation's total), and Delaware and Rhode Island have the smallest installed capacity (2 megawatts). Thirty-eight states have utility–scale wind facilities.
The wind energy section of the state energy office's energy statistics has more information.
Note: States are ranked so that equivalent capacity are ranked at the same level.