Gov. Lujan Grisham declares this ‘Wind Week’ in New Mexico

GRISHAM HAS DECLARED THIS WEEK — WIND WEEK. IT )S PART OF A NATIONWIDE EFFORT — TO RECOGNIZE THE WAYS WIND (POWERS OPPORTUNITY IN AMERICAN COMMUNITIES. MORE THAN A-HUNDRED- THOUSAND AMERICANS WORK IN WIND ENERGY. THE GOVERNOR SAYS SPARKING INTEREST IN WIND ENERGY CAREERS AT AN EARLY AGE WILL HELP THE STATE RETAIN ITS WORKFORCE […]

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Air conditioning with wind, sun and water: Ben Bronsema at TEDxDelft

Translator: Els De Keyser Reviewer: Ariana Bleau Lugo Ladies and gentlemen, the buildings you see here are very different. There is a town hall, there is a big ministry building, there is an airport terminal, there is a head office of a big bank and a small bank, and an office of a broadcasting company […]

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Wind turbines and climate change – UNSW 2014 Three Minute Thesis winner Rosemary Barnes

Climate change is a problem that our politicians don’t seem to be trying particularly hard to solve.  Long term solutions are required which are incompatible with a narrow focus on re-election. Long term solutions are required which are incompatible with a narrow focus on re-election. This used to frustrate me until I realised that as […]

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Wind Power

– The biggest issue facing wind right now is the question of grid connection. If we want to use the wind resource that we have in, up in the mountains in California, you also need to be able to deliver that power to users. That is, you have to have a grid that’s capable of […]

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