A five-turbine pilot project is expected to generate 135GWh of electricity annually -- enough to power nearly 20,000 households. Continue reading →
It may not matter because China is too big an opportunity for high tech firms to pass up.
Three different sizes produce power output to at 400 watts, 1,000 watts and 2.500 watts.
All Netherlands Railways trains will be powered 100 percent by wind by 2018. Continue reading →
In twenty years, decentralized and renewable energy sources will be firmly entrenched as a viable alternative.
Each state could receive 80 percent of its energy via renewables by 2030, with a full transition by 2050. Continue reading →
Prepared to be awed by a bionic ankle, a jet-powered bike, wind turbines without blades and a weird wearable that contains living organisms.
Not your ordinary frozen dairy treats, these ice creams changes color, glow in the dark and are made using wind power, among others.
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