Offshore Wind – Industrializing Development to Reduce Cost

Video describes a new method for construction of large-scale offshore wind power. Engineering is led by the University of Delaware, funded by the US Department of Energy. We use existing equipment but new methods seeking to industrialize fabrication, reduce costs, and make production scalable. The process begins in an assembly port set up for this […]

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The $50 Water Turbine – DIY, Portable, Powerful, and Open Source

My name is Daniel Connell. The last 10 years I’ve been developing low-tech alternative infrastructure, basically things people can make themselves from recycled readily available materials which takes care of their basic human needs. this is mostly to do with energy, water and sanitation, food, that sort of thing. I’m at a place called Valldaura […]

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British Columbia: The Wind Network – DRONEWEEK – GE

Kristen Hough: We’re just resetting some faults and if they clear, we’re just gonna start heading back down. [ Radio ] 10-4. Logan Toynbee: Meikle Wind is located 20k northwest of Tumbler Ridge, a small town of approximately 2000 people in northeastern British Columbia, Canada. The mailman only comes here once a week. Monica McDaniel: […]

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