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In the News: Research and Development in Renewable Energy, Small Wind Markets

East Oregonian
Small Wind Turbines To Get Bigger Incentives
The image of a tiny windmill ferociously whipping its blades through the Eastern Oregon wind might seem nostalgic, but the Energy Trust of Oregon wants it to be the way of the future. Read more »

In the News: Research and Development in Renewable Energy, Small Wind Markets

Renewable Energy World
Microgrids: So Much More than Backup Energy
Most Americans don’t have to think much about energy reliability. We plug in a computer and it powers up; we flip a switch and the lights come on. Read more »

In the News: Research and Development in Renewable Energy, Small Wind Markets

Bloomberg, Renewable Energy World
Romney’s Energy Plan Ignores the Success of Solar and Wind: View
Mitt Romney sets an ambitious goal with his pledge to achieve U.S. energy independence by 2012. It’s just too bad his plan relies most entirely on fossil fuels and largely ignores the solid promise of clean energy. Read more »

Science in motion, a different kind of exhibit

BOSTON -- Spanning panoramically along New England’s Charles River sits Boston’s Museum of Science (BoS), a landmark for the state of Massachusetts. Reputable in the east for having the most amount of interactive exhibits within the building, the museum also draws attention from the exterior with a vast array of wind turbines installed on its roof. Read more »

In the News: Research and Development in Renewable Energy, Small Wind Markets

Huffington Post
With Home Solar and Wind Power, Size Matters
Wouldn’t it be great if you could stick a solar panel the size of a dinner place on the roof of your electrical vehicle, and have all the power you need? How about a wind turbine the size of a lawn ornament on your roof too, for night time? Read more »

Commercial building installs Skystream 3.7 for economic benefit, ‘green’ appeal

Porto Alegre, Brazil— Atop a commercial office building along the highest point of Carlos Gomes Avenue, the financial center of Porto Alegre, Brazil, spins a Skystream 3.7--the first wind energy system for a commercial building in the region. Energia Pura Read more »

Skystream powers Belgium fair, a mid-summer celebration of all things sustainable

Starting today, the 250,000 expected visitors of the Libramont fair will see a greener event this year thanks to the Skystream 3.7. Our wind turbines not only welcome the fair-goers at the entrance, but they also provide energy to the fairgrounds, further instilling a “green” aspect. Read more »

Wind turbine helps the money get even greener at a HSBC branch

The money isn’t the only thing that’s green. For HSBC’s Sao Luis, Brazil “Renascenca” branch a recent installment of a wind turbine will reduce some 10 percent of the institution’s energy consumption.Skystream 3.7 in front of HSBC Brazil Read more »


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