Renewable Energy Solution of the Month – Wind

May 5, 2011 by  
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To help support Climate Denial Crock of the Week Go to If you can’t view the video because of copyright issues in Europe, go here That there is power in the wind is not a new discovery, man has been using it for thousands of years. What most people don’t realize is how much experimentation has been going on in this century. There is no shortage of energy… 20% wind by 2030 Shifting to Renewable by 2030 China takes lead in Wind Development Oil spill animation Wind History part1 Wind History part 2 National Academy – Bird and Environmental impacts storage plants in the US Wind lowers electricity prices in Europe reuters _ “Loss of Wind” event Why the Texas event raises no concern about wind ERCOT study of “loss of wind” event Denmark: Best for Doing Business_2 years in a row New York Times – a Sea of Untapped Energy Nordpool implements negative price Denmark: Happiest people in the world

The Future of Wind Power

April 26, 2011 by  
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(April 16, 2008) Christina Archer, consulting assistant professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Stanford University, discusses the importance of win power in a clean and renewable future. The Energy Seminar meets weekly during the academic year. For a list of upcoming talks, visit the events page at the Woods Institute for the Environment website. Stanford University Woods Institute for the Environment at Stanford: Christina Archer Stanford University Channel on YouTube:

Energy from the Wind – Wind Turbines

April 19, 2011 by  
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I am fascinated by those beautiful, effective and environmentally sound modern wind turbines. This is the Repower MM92, rated power: 2000kW, rotor diameter: 92.5m, hub height: 100m. See also the record breaking 6MW E-126 from ENERCON