wind energy

NativeEnergy To Build New Community Wind Farm in Indiana

September 4, 2013

A 900kW wind turbine estimated to prevent 13,000 tonnes of carbon emissions will be built at the Shenandoag School Corporation campus in rural Middletown, Indiana. The carbon offset project is part of NativeEnergy’s Help Build scheme in which companies such as as Ebay, GreenMountain, Coffee Roasters, ClifBar and Aveda finance projects to help them get […]

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WindMade Launches #ShowYouCare Campaign

July 3, 2013

WindMade, the wind power certification initiative, has launched a campaign to raise awareness of the label and to get more products to be made with wind power. Called Show You Care, the campaign includes a cute video that explains the idea and suggestions on how to take part. Technorati Tags: Wind energy, Wind power, WindMade […]

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GE Tests High-Efficiency Wind Turbine in the Netherlands

April 29, 2013

General Electric recently announced it had started testing the prototype of what it calls the world’s most efficient high-output wind turbine. The new 2.5-120 is being tested in Wieringermeer, Netherlands. Technorati Tags: GE, Netherlands, Wind power Related Posts:NativeEnergy To Build New Community Wind Farm in IndianaWindMade Launches #ShowYouCare CampaignFukushima, from Nuclear Power to Wind PowerAlternative […]

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Spain Sees Record Wind Power Generation in January

February 13, 2013

The winds of change are blowing strong in Spain. According to the Spanish Wind Energy Association (AEE), in January the country produced more than six terawatts of wind power, according to data released by grid operator Red Electrica de Espana. Technorati Tags: Spain, Wind energy, wind Spain Related Posts:WindMade Launches #ShowYouCare CampaignWinds of Innovation at […]

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Fukushima, from Nuclear Power to Wind Power

January 22, 2013

Since the massive earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan in March 2011, and which resulted in one of the worst nuclear accidents in recent history, Japan has signaled its intentions to transition towards clean, alternative energy. Japanese officials recently announced that the country intends to build the largest wind farm in the world. The offshore […]

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