Wind turbine project

May 7, 2011 by  
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Travis County will soon be home to several wind energy turbines.

Puget Sound Energy’s Wind Power

May 5, 2011 by  
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Clean, renewable energy is becoming a core part of Puget Sound Energy’s power supply. PSE’s goal is to meet up to 10 percent of its customers’ total electricity need with cost-effective renewable resources by 2013. A major step in that direction is PSE’s ownership and operation of two large wind farms in Washington state. More info located at:

Home Wind Turbine

May 1, 2011 by  
Filed under Wind and Solar – Our Home Wind Turbine contact form will connect you with the home wind turbine dealer for your area. There are still areas open for new dealers to become the local source for wind systems. So, if you are interested in becoming a home wind turbine dealer fill out the Contact Form at – – and we can see if your area may still be open for you to become the home wind turbine dealer for your county. You will find links to pictures that I have published of home wind turbine rooftop system installations done recently. Some are featured in newspaper articles and so forth. WindEnergy7 LLC has invented and filed for patents on a few of the technologies that make home rooftop wind turbines feasible. We have been busy training and supporting owners and dealers from California to New Jersey over the past couple of years to expand our network of local home wind turbine dealers. Our home wind turbene systems are Wind/Solar Hybrid, and are qualified for government tax crdedits of 30%. So, for your investment made in these systems the IRS credits you back 30% within one year of purchase. You get 30% back from the IRS. So, basically the government will pay for almost 1/3 of your investment made in your new home wind turbine energy system. This includes all installation costs and expenses and is a real nice start on your investment payback. Free electricity isnt all you get from a new home wind turbine, as soon as your system is up, you have improved your

Wind Turbine Shadow Flicker and Noise, Byron Wisconsin

April 29, 2011 by  
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When industrial wind turbines which are 40 stories tall are sited too close to people’s home there is trouble with noise and shadow flicker. Wind developers deny these problems exist and in the state of Wisconsin want to put them 1000 feet from houses. That’s 350 steps. This video shows what happens when wind turbines are irresponsibly sited. The nation is slowly waking up to the downside of wind energy. Developers lie to residents about the impacts these machines will have on the landowners and neighbor’s lives. They take advantage of those of us who want to do the right thing for our environment by telling us there will be no problem with noise, no problem with shadows, and no problem with putting turbines in bird migration flyways. The truth will out, eventually. For the residents in the town of Byron, Fond du Lac county, the truth is what they live with every single day. There is a place for wind energy. It’s just not beside a person’s home.

Wind Power India 2011 by Energy & Technology Update

April 29, 2011 by  
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Wind Power India 2011, 7-9 April 2011, Chennai, India International Conference & Exhibition

Best Used Wind Turbine Dealer

April 27, 2011 by  
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Energy 101: Wind Turbines

April 25, 2011 by  
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See how wind turbines generate clean electricity from the power of the wind. Highlighted are the various parts and mechanisms of a modern wind turbine.

Offshore Wind Farm – Giving Bremerhaven a Tail Wind | Made in Germany

April 23, 2011 by  
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German harbors are counting on offshore wind farms. The Bremen Wind Energy Agency estimates that wind turbines will be installed at sea producing ten gigawatts of power by 2020 – the same amount of energy as 15 power plants.Because the giant structures are so hard to transport, they’ll be manufactured right there on the coast. That’s a shot in the arm for the economically underdeveloped region. Report by Marion Hütter.

Wind Turbine Tour

April 22, 2011 by  
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Puget Sound Energy’s Wild Horse Wind and Solar Facility features 149 wind turbines. This video tour takes you inside the 351-foot-tall wind turbines, giving a first hand look at how renewable energy works. Directions to the Wild Horse visitors’ center can be found at

Where does Wind Power come from? Climbing Inside a Wind Turbine

April 21, 2011 by  
Filed under Wind and Solar for more videos from First Wind about wind energy. Find out what the inside of a wind turbine looks like and how it works as Liz from First Wind embarks on the 6 minute climb inside the tower to the top.

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