Ernest Moniz: Person DB Profile: All Cities

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This page lists cities mentioned in articles mentioning Ernest Moniz relating to Wind Power. For a complete overview of this entry's activities relating to this topic, please see the Ernest Moniz Person DB Profile.

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Washington, District Of Columbia, United States   42.69% (108)
Tinsley, Mississippi, United States   27.27% (69)
Kemper, Illinois, United States   27.27% (69)
Kyle, Texas, United States   26.09% (66)
Dekalb, Mississippi, United States   13.04% (33)
Columbia, Washington, United States   12.65% (32)
Las Vegas, Nevada, United States   12.65% (32)
Sierra Nevada, California, United States   11.46% (29)
Moapa, Nevada, United States   11.46% (29)
Casa Diablo, California, United States   11.07% (28)
Mandalay, Mandalay, Burma   11.07% (28)
Jewell, California, United States   10.28% (26)
Kane, Pennsylvania, United States   5.93% (15)
Cambria, Virginia, United States   5.93% (15)
Utica, Pennsylvania, United States   5.93% (15)
Hatfield, Pennsylvania, United States   5.93% (15)
Johnson, Washington, United States   5.93% (15)
Hilton, Kentucky, United States   5.93% (15)
Marcellus, Washington, United States   5.93% (15)
Ebensburg, Pennsylvania, United States   5.93% (15)
Mitchell, Washington, United States   5.93% (15)
Jefferson, Pennsylvania, United States   5.93% (15)
Carmichaels, Pennsylvania, United States   5.93% (15)
Denver, Colorado, United States   5.14% (13)
Morgantown, Pennsylvania, United States   5.14% (13)
Colstrip, Montana, United States   3.16% (8)
Los Angeles, California, United States   2.77% (7)
Helena, Montana, United States   2.37% (6)
Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan   1.98% (5)
Boston, Massachusetts, United States   1.98% (5)
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