Category: Wind energy

Wind Energy on the Ballot in Ohio

In north-central Ohio, Seneca County commissioners used a new 2021 law to ban renewable energy projects in unincorporated parts of the county. Now, another ban is up for a vote in neighboring Crawford County, Ohio. On October 21, 2022 Julie Grant of The Allegheny… Continue Reading “Wind Energy on the Ballot in Ohio”

Motionless Wind Energy Unit by Aeromine

These rooftop wind generators take up 10% of the roof space and deliver up to 50% more energy than a solar array of the same price. “Aeromine’s founders have created a much more effective way to harness even moderate wind to create energy for… Continue Reading “Motionless Wind Energy Unit by Aeromine”

Highlights from EIA’s Latest “Short-Term Energy Outlook”

By Ken Bossong | SUN DAY CAMPAIGN | October 12, 2022(founded 1992)6930 Carroll Avenue; Suite #340; Takoma Park, MD 20912301-270-6477 x.6;  sun-day-campaign@hotmail.comTwitter: Follow @SunDayCampaign “Increases in U.S. electricity generation in our forecast come almost entirely from solar and wind. We expect renewable sources will provide… Continue Reading “Highlights from EIA’s Latest “Short-Term Energy Outlook””

Mountaineer Wind Energy

44 wind turbines were installed along this West Virginia mountain ridge 20 years ago, able to provide enough energy to power 20,000 homes. Video recently recorded near several of these wind turbines: Mountaineer wind energy map: The number of turbines installed in the U.S.… Continue Reading “Mountaineer Wind Energy”

Tale of Two Wind Turbines and a Vietnam Vet

Short-lived Massachusetts renewable energy project crashes to the ground. While European nations are scrambling to add wind turbines and other renewable energy to their electric grids, we come across a surprising story of two wind turbines, that were just demolished in Falmouth, Massachusetts. Turbines… Continue Reading “Tale of Two Wind Turbines and a Vietnam Vet”

No One Worries about Energy Bills in One Tiny German Town

In a September 29, 2022 story by Frank Jordans tells how Feldheim, Germany, about 90-minutes south of Berlin, has been energy self-sufficient for more than a decade. A bold experiment launched in the mid-1990s saw Feldheim erect a handful of wind turbines to provide… Continue Reading “No One Worries about Energy Bills in One Tiny German Town”

IOWA: Renewable Energy Leader with 57% of Energy Generated by Wind

‘No sweat: Wind pulled its weight in steamy Midwest summer 2022‘ Posted on Friday, September 23, 2022 in Energy News We started the summer with regional grid operator MISO warning of rolling blackouts in early May of 2022. In this paper, we took apart those warnings and explained… Continue Reading “IOWA: Renewable Energy Leader with 57% of Energy Generated by Wind”