Wind Power

Wind Power

The natural element of Wind is important today as we look for alternative energy sources. Wind power is created when the wind energy converts to other forms of energy like electricity, fuel, and power. Wind power can be created using wind turbines, wind mills, wind pumps, wind farms. The U.S. Department of Energy’s recent study on Wind Power found that the U.S. market for wind power additions had a record breaking year in 2009 with $21 billion in investments in new wind power projects “and enough capacity to power the equivalent of 2.4 million homes.”

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Schenectady, N.Y.-based GE Power & Water revealed on May 1 that Chicago-based Invenergy has become the first customer to purchase is new 2.5-120 Brilliant Wind Turbine. [ Read More ]

Today, a judge on the High Court in Britain-one of the courts of last resort in the nation-has ruled that wind developers may site their turbines as little as one-quarter of a mile (or 350 meters) fro… [ Read More ]

As it turns out, size does matter. At the moment, the 504-megawatt (MW) Greater Gabbard Wind Farm located 14 miles off the coast of Suffolk, England in the North Sea is the largest offshore plant of i… [ Read More ]

Annual worldwide revenue in the remote sensing power market is currently $770 million-and it has the potential to grow to $1.5 billion annually by 2020 under a base scenario, or to $2.3 billion under … [ Read More ]

What the ocean took away from Japan in the massive March 2011 earthquake and tsunami, it is now being harnessed to return in some small measure. [ Read More ]

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