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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 Offshore Wind Energy

Eight countries have wind turbines installed offshore providing clean, renewable electricity: Denmark, Belgium, Sweden, Finland, Germany, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, and Ireland. Additional...

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View Resource Green Power Transmission and Consumer Savings

Reinvesting in our electric grid will produce a number of major benefits for the country. By connecting world-class wind resources that are currently stranded in remote parts of the U.S., we can put...

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View Resource Green Power Superhighways

?Green power superhighway? is a term used to describe the power lines that would be carrying electricity from remote to populated areas. A national green power superhighway would allow plentiful dom...

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View Resource Wind Energy and Wildlife

Wind, a 100% clean energy source, is one of the healthiest energy options, and one of the most compatible with animals and humans. While birds do collide with wind turbines at some sites, modern...

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