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View Resource Basics about the Wind Energy Value Chain

For the past five years, new wind power project installations have been expanding at an average rate of 32% per year. Although the current economic crisis has slowed growth for 2009, wind power...

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View Resource FAQ for Small Wind Systems

Small Wind Turbines are electric generators that use the energy of the wind to produce clean, emissions-free power for individual homes, farms, and small businesses. With this simple and...

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View Resource Harvesting The Wind: lllinois Wind Power Beginning To Grow

Illinois utilities rely mostly on coal, nuclear energy and natural gas to generate electricity, but other energy sources are developing in the Land of Lincoln. Illinois Rural Electric Cooperative,...

http://www.lib.niu.edu/2004/ic040510.html
View Resource Wind Power: Overview

The ATEEC Fellows Institute is held annually. The Advanced Technology Environmental and Energy Center (ATEEC)selects outstanding math, science, and environmental technology educators to participate...

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View Resource Exploring Ways to Use Wind Energy

We have harnessed the wind's energy for hundreds of years?from windmills that pump water or grind grain to today's wind turbines that generate electricity. If you live on at least one acre of l...

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