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American Wind Energy 11h
How has technology improved over the years?
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DiCaprio Foundation 11h
With enough wind turbines, the rainfall from Harvey could have been reduced by 20%, according to a new modeling study via
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Mark Roberts Sep 19
at its finest. No wind, no power.
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Marathon of Light Sep 20
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American Wind Energy Sep 20
fact of the day: Over 500 U.S. factories build parts for wind turbines.
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American Wind Energy 6h
fact of the day: Offshore wind turbines can each support up to 4 metric tons of shellfish, according to a recent study.
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American Wind Energy Sep 17
How much electricity does your state get from ?
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Quirks & Quarks 5h
The Sahara's wind and sun could power the world, and turn the desert green
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Michael S. Taylor 20h
Replying to @mtaylor_nz
Those larger swept areas, when accessing excellent offshore wind resources, mean higher capacity factors for though time, and could be averaging 50% for projects commissioned in 2022. Offshore is also less variable than onshore.7/n
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Michael S. Taylor 20h
Replying to @mtaylor_nz
Last 2 years represent a remarkable step change as the industry achieved scale, the technology gains really started to show and supply chain efficiencies have been achieved. End-result- auctions have signaled is now a very competitive source of new elec 3/n
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Ruari McCallion Sep 17
I'm not long back from visiting in Japan. They're leading generator turbine manufacturers but are very serious about , especially, & are investing a lot of money, reputation & prestige in .
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Archbishop Neale 40m
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Save Redland Library 33m
The UK’s not doing too bad, but could do better
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Mark Thomas Sep 17
It's true was KAT pick as America's Best Interviewer, ABI but I owe for telling people I'm the number one killer of birds NOT
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Andrew♻️ 4m
Sue the bastards. Punitive damages in the $Trillions to pay for relocating to higher ground islands. 🌱🌴🌲🌳 🌞💨🔋
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John Pervan Sep 19
Is this what climate change deniers have nightmares about? All roads lead to !
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Koosha Toofan Sep 11
turbines are built where wind consistently blows. The politics of an area have less to do with the construction than the meteorology. trumps .
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Its For Home 55m
: Minnesota regulators approve Freeborn County wind farm ...
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Lancaster University Sep 19
Replying to @DustinHosseini
This one’s for you, Dustin! 💨
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Michael S. Taylor 19h
Replying to @IRENA
This chart shows a bit the potential from analysis "Global Energy Transformation: A Roadmap to 2050" Could higher, could be a bit lower by 2050, but you get the picture. Offshore is going to be a big player in the power market. 12/12
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