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Wind Energy is a Strong Investment in Rural America

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ON:  American Wind Energy Association WRITTEN BY: Tom Kiernan, CEO of the American Wind Energy Association This is how you invest in rural America today and tomorrow  Moving up the economic ladder can be much more difficult in rural America than in other places.That was the key finding from a recent report on the […]

Wind Power Grows America’s Economy And Keeps Our Air Clean

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ON:  Total Health Magazine  WRITTEN BY: Hannah Hunt  In today‘s world, finding common ground is not always an easy task. But here’s one thing all Americans can agree on: we want to have clean air and a healthy economy. Because of technologies like wind energy, we don’t have to choose one over the […]

The World’s Largest Brewer Commits To 100% Renewable Electricity

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ON: cleantechnica.com The world’s largest brewer, Anheuser-Busch InBev, the maker of such beers as Corona, Budweiser, and Stella Artois, has announced it has committed to transitioning to a 100% renewable electricity future by 2025. The maker of some of the world’s most beloved beers, Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB InBev) announced this week a commitment […]

An Animated Look at Wind Turbines

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ON: Mentalfloss.com  Wind, an amazing source of renewable energy, has been harnessed using windmills since as early as 200 BCE. Electricity-producing wind turbines hit the United States in 1888. Today, futuristic white wind turbines dot the country’s landscape. But how, exactly, do these machines work? Save On Energy created this animated infographic to […]

​ ​Homegrown American Wind Power

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ON: PowerOfWind.Org Did you know that Iowa generates 36% of its electricity from wind power? Did you know that there are 25,000 wind jobs in Texas alone? Discover the difference wind power is making in your state:  

Wind Energy Conserving Water

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ON: AWEA.ORG  The production of clean wind energy reduces the consumption of water, which is heavily relied on to cool thermal power plants. It also avoids significant carbon dioxide emissions annually by displacing generation from fossil fuel power plants. Water Use in the Power Sector The power sector withdraws more water than any […]

Bladeless Turbines: The Future Of Wind Energy Harvesting?

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ON: MANUFACTURING.NET As we deepen our understanding of alternative renewable energy sources, researchers and engineers are finding more innovative ways to improve their current models and methods. Wind turbines were one of the first,and remain among the leading generators of clean renewable energy, with over 225,000 up and running throughout the world. Conventional bladed […]