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An Irish health official has warned that people who live near massive wind turbines of the sort used to generate electricity run the risk of having their physical and psychological health compromised. According to a report in the Irish Examiner
AT Hermanville is receiving provincial money in compensation for the wind farm built there. (CBC) About 60 people in the Hermanville area gathered this week to discuss how to spend this year's $125,000 in provincial wind turbine money.
Ohio A group of birding enthusiasts hopes a decision to halt plans for a wind turbine at an Ohio National Guard base will send a message to developers proposing other wind power projects along Lake Erie. More News Federal officials sent notice this
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N.H. (AP) A company that wants to put 23 wind turbines in central New Hampshire says it needs more time to complete an application for the project. Iberdrola Renewables proposes the wind energy project in Danbury and Alexandria. On Jan. 10, the state'
It brings to about 1.3m the amount that's been injected into the firm in the past few months. The company has developed a wind turbine that improves air flow management and results in about 100pc increase in the electrical power output compared with
ET A 'micro-windmill' designed by researchers with the University of Texas at Arlington is shown on top of a penny. The device's designers say the windmills could be used in the future to charge cellphones or power homes. (University of Texas at
Ohio Honda says it will begin operating two new wind turbines at one of its western Ohio properties this week to help provide power for the plant. The automaker says the turbines were installed at its transmission manufacturing plant in Russells
The hits just keep on coming for the wind sector, and that should further highlight the growth potential for this sector with investors. For years, critics of renewable energy in general have said that the sector needs to stand on its own two feet
There is an old Irish blessing that begins "May the wind be always at your back." Maybe the wisdom and luck of the Irish elders was foretelling of another storynamely that the wind sector will emerge as a credible energy source globally...GE )