A fresh video shows how using the wind to move electrically charged particles could be an energy producer, with no bird-battering blades.
GE wins a contract to build facilities in Denmark to test wind turbine nacelles with an output power up to 10 megawatts.
A Harvard researcher looking for the best bets for long-term clean energy says too many turbines could use up the wind power and mess with the climate.
ecoRI News reports on how Rhode Island researchers are studying the noise and visual impacts of local wind turbines.
Seattle’s Olive 8 is one of the few condo/hotel complexes to earn a LEED Silver certification, a 4 Green Key Eco-Rating for hotels and a Gold Certification from Green Seal.
With this new approach to making wind blades, components could be built and assembled on site, reducing costs while speeding deployment.
Greentech Media reports on how GE recently installed its 20,000th wind turbine, but notes also that more than 70 percent of its deals so far this year have been overseas.