Wind

Air moves, windmill spins, electricity is generated. Simple right? Not so fast: the Planet Forward community looks at this critical piece of the renewable energy mix from new and often surprising perspectives.

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A look at Nebraska's "wind potential", from the University of Nebraska
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How Ben's Chili Bowl, the famous Washington, DC Restaurant, switched to Wind Energy, and why every other business should follow their lead.
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An interview with Professor Christopher L. DeMarco, from the University of Wisconsin-Madison's School of Engineering.
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American Enterprise Institute Scholar Dr. Kenneth Green discusses "Green Hypocrisy"
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From UC Berkley Professor of Renewable Energy Dan Kammen
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Here on Planet Forward the virtues of wind energy have been extolled in a Texas town, the future of wind has been explored with NREL, and you can watch a wind turbine getting built in Rhode Island. We’re infatuated with wind.
Cleveland, Ohio, has the opportunity to build the world's first fresh water wind farm, offshore on Lake Erie.
BRISTOL, RI __ Block Island is located 10 miles off the coast of Rhode Island, which means it's "off the grid" both physically and metaphysically. To meet its power needs, the community uses diesel generators but wants to replace them with wind... Read More
PORTSMOUTH, RI __ In 2009, this little New England community raised its own wind turbine to generate its own power supply. A year later, Planet Forward (RWU) returns to Portsmouth to see what the fuss was all about.
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from the National Renewable Energy Lab

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