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View Resource 10 Steps to Developing a Wind Farm

This information is intended for landowners interested in developing or hosting a wind farm on their property. It briefly addresses key factors in this decision.

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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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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 Flywheel Basics Tutorial

How to make and use flywheel batteries.

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View Resource Bloomfield Reaps Benefits of Alternative Energy

Ask anybody how to get to the big wind farm, and they will direct you to 543rd Avenue, the first road past the cemetery. Residents know it well, because last year it was the road to good fortune...

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