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    Wind-it turns power lines into renewable energy wind farms

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    This is Metropolis Magazine’s 2009 Next Generation contest’s winning entry. It is absolutely a brilliant design and it’s really astonishing that we have implemented this till now. It is called Wind-it and designed by French designers Nicola Delon, Julien Choppin … Continue reading3

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    Optiwind Compact Wind Accelerating Turbine ideal for low wind areas

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    Unlike the traditional turbine wind mills which need lots of space, the Optiwind Compact Wind Accelerating Turbine is the ideal wind energy mill for high density area with low winds. These turbines have a series of small, five-bladed fans which … Continue reading3

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    Antarctica’s most eco-friendly station powered by renewable energy

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    Finally the Earth’s southern most continent can boast of green, clean energy. Eight wind turbines are rolling to provide 230V of electricity to charge up the Princess Elisabeth Station. Braving temperatures as low as -60 degrees Celsius and 200mph wind … Continue reading3

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    Wind turbines may be cause of human ailments……..in Japan

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    With the good comes the bad. In Japan, an alternative source of energy is under serious discussions to be shut owing to several public health complaints. People living near wind turbines in parts of Japan have started complaining that it … Continue reading3

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    RIWEA the robot inspects wind turbine blades with precision

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    Colossal colonies of lofty wind turbines churn out gusty energy that renders freedom from the grids. Putting them up is a task that needs expertise no doubt, but it’s the maintenance that requires more skill. Last month I came across … Continue reading3

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    Hornblower Hybrid ferry reduces carbon footprints on blue waters

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    Locating an ideal getaway for the holidays on internet is one thing and visiting that place is another. Weather its flying or sailing, the carbon footprints are significantly detrimental for our environment. So how can one reach out for those … Continue reading3

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    First-ever green school demonstrates eco-education from the core

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    I believe that education does start at home but when I came across this eco-friendly school, I beg to change my view. Eco-education starts at the first ever green school – Ysgol-y-Graig at Anglesey, North Wales. Erected out of sustainable … Continue reading3

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