wind energy

Using Mobile Phone Towers For Wind Power Generation

As the world moves toward lower carbon energy production it will cause us to look for power production opportunities in new places including cell towers. This is particularly important for …

Is US Falling Behind In Green Energy Race?

Two U.S. business leaders think we are and that we must do something about it: Green Stocks Central.com reports: “[August 3rd]┬áin the Washington Post, General Electric (GE) CEO Jeff Immelt …

Radar Could Protect Birds From Wind Generators

As the number of wind farms increases in the United States the number of bird deaths will likely go up. Designers are looking to a variety of ways to avoid …

High Altitude Wind Energy ‘Hot Spots’ Studied

High altitude wind generation is getting more serious attention these days and a new study assesses some wind energy “hot spots” in the heavens. Stuart Fox at PopSci.com reports: “With …

Humpback Whale Inspires New Wind Turbine Design

A new design for wind turbine blades was inspired by a whale and a work of art. T. Goodman at InventorSpot.com reports: “Frank Fish (yes, it’s his real name), whose …

The Green Roadway Project: U.S. Highways As Alternative Energy Corridors

One way to create wind, solar and other alternative energy facilities with less impact on the environment could be to place them along highways, The Green Roadway Project is examining …

Green Energy Job Creation: Return On Investment Facts

In a detailed assessment of how many actual jobs are created for every $1 million invested in the energy sector Alt Energy Stocks has reviewed the data. Bottom line–green energy …

Wind Turbines Installed In Existing Power Line Towers

  |   July 8, 2009

There are tens of thousands of miles of transmission lines in the U.S. supported by towers that could be fitted with wind turbines. Some wind energy designers are offering an …

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