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View Resource Small-Wind Factsheets: Small Wind Systems and Public Safety

Some of the public safety questions asked about small wind turbines concern the structural integrity of the tower, what happens during power outages or icing conditions [cold climates only], and the...

http://www.awea.org/smallwind/toolbox2/INSTALL/factsheet_saf...
View Resource In the Public Interest How and Why to Permit for Small Wind Systems A Guide for State and Local Governments

The greatest challenges to small-scale renewable energy are not technical, but rather financial, political, and regulatory. Confusing, inconsistent or even absent permitting processes discourage the...

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View Resource At Last....Simple Wind Grid-Tie

We get more sunshine here in northern Texas than anyone may want. Wind often blows steadily for days and can sometimes get fierce. Wind speeds can go from 30 to 70 mph within seconds. Twenty miles...

http://www.homepower.com/article/?file=hp100_pg22_geisler
View Resource The First Small Wind System in Lassen County

The Thomas family realizes a long-standing dream by installing a grid-tied wind generator on their farm in Lassen County, California. Become an online member to view article.

http://www.homepower.com/article/?file=HP103_pg72_Moran
View Resource Build a Low-Cost Solar Cooker

Build a fully functional solar oven from inexpensive, easy to find materials, and enjoy sun-cooked meals with family and friends. Become an online member to view article.

http://www.homepower.com/article/?file=HP114_pg86_Taulman
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