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View Resource Small Wind Initiative: For Western North Carolina

A state initiative funds education and equipment testing for small wind systems in western North Carolina. Become an online member to view article.
View Resource Wind Turbine Buyer´s Guide

Small wind-electric systems can provide electricity on remote, off-grid sites, or right in town connected to the utility grid. Although wind systems require more maintenance and need more attention...
View Resource Wind Generator Tower Basics

You?ve decided you want to make electricity with the wind. You have your eye on a high-quality wind generator, and you?ve chosen the balance of systems (BOS) components. What?s left is the bigge...
View Resource How To Buy a Wind-Electric System

You?ve been dreaming about it for years, and now you?re ready to plunk down the cash, put concrete in the ground, and put up a tower. You understand that you need to buy a whole system, not just a w...
View Resource Estimating Wind Energy

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