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View Resource Wisconsin K-12 Energy Education Program

A portal to educational programs in Wisconsin for K-12 schools on energy, renewable energy, and sustainable energy.

http://www4.uwsp.edu/cnr/wcee/keep/
View Resource Pennsylvania Environmental Resource Consortium

This site features an organization comprised of environmental policy makers and universities and colleges devoted to improving environmental policy and understanding through government and academic...

http://www.paconsortium.state.pa.us/
View Resource How clean is the electricity I use?

Energy Pollution Calculator: Calculate the greenhouse gases and other pollutants you create from the energy you consume.

http://www.epa.gov/cleanenergy/powerprofiler.htm
View Resource Wind Power Curves & Community cConsiderations

Wind power curves describe how much power a particular wind turbine can extract from the wind at a variety of different wind speeds and regimes. While these curves have a similar shape, they are...

http://www.pspb.org/e21/media/Siting_Wind_Power_v112_TN.pdf
View Resource Tip to Speed Ratio (TSR) for Wind Turbine Blades

The Tip Speed Ratio (TSR) is an extremely important factor in wind turbine design. TSR refers to the ratio between the wind speed and the speed of the tips of the wind turbine blades.

http://www.windynation.com/web/tip-speed-ratio-tsr-wind-turb...
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