Just six months after the landmark installation of two power-producing wind turbines at Honda Transmission Mfg. of America, Inc., the turbines are producing more…
While MidAmerican Energy pursues big wind in Iowa, another company in Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway empire is building a logistics center in West Texas.
The wind boom in northwest Iowa has at least one thing on North Dakota’s oil boom: It’s not unleashing massive amounts of CO2 into the atmosphere.
A new map from the U.S. Geogological Survey highlights how wind power has come to every region of the U.S. – except the South.
There’s the thought that solar will cool off in Japan, and onshore wind might grow. GE is ready with the “2.85-103 wind turbine for Japan.”
While citing the need for more rigorous research, an official Australian review of the current science finds no credible evidence of ill health from wind farms.
With 287 megawatts of solar leading the way, renewables comprised virtually all the new utility-scale generating capacity installed in the United States in January.
Disputing earlier claims, new research shows wind turbine performance declines just 1.6 percent per year, on average – in line with conventional technologies.
A South Australian wind farm that will be the largest in the Southern Hemisphere once built, has been given the go-ahead by the government.
The US Geological Survey has mapped America’s wind turbines, revealing the vast stores of the clean technology to the public for the first time.
When an Oklahoma utility began offering a wind-power choice to customers, it cost 1.72 cents per kilowatt-hour extra. Now it’s down to an even penny.