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Physicist Warns of Need for Regulated Wind Turbine Rotation

1 Apr , 2021  

Brian McCowan, 4/1/21. Famed Scottish Physicist Amadan Burraidh is warning that the growth of wind energy could be disastrous if the direction of blade rotation is not regulated. He states that 96% of the large wind turbines in the northern hemisphere turn counterclockwise. Zondits has confirmed the accuracy of this data through government and industry […]

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Clean Grid Technology, Renewables

Renewables Outrun Coal as Largest Global Energy Source in 2015

10 Nov , 2016  

Renewables surged past coal in 2015 to become world’s biggest source of electricity: IEA CNBC, October 25, 2016 Renewable energy moved past coal in 2015 to become the biggest source of global electricity capacity, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Tuesday. Last year “marked a turning point for renewables” the body said, with clean […]

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Clean Grid Technology, Renewables

Offshore Wind Comes to the U.S.

29 Aug , 2016  

Mathew Gard, ERS, for Zondits Off the coast of Block Island, 10 miles south of Rhode Island in the Atlantic Ocean, five gigantic wind turbines mark the beginning of offshore wind power in the U.S. The five turbines that will make up the Block Island wind farm are each capable of producing 6 megawatts (MW) […]

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Clean Grid Technology, Renewables

Community-Owned Wind, the Cure for NIMBYism

1 Jun , 2016  

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Ryan Pollin, ERS, for Zondits Denmark is famous for its wind resource, and the small country routinely breaks record after record for wind energy and power records. Forty-two percent of Denmark’s electricity came from wind over the entire year of 2015, with surplus power exported to its European neighbors during 16% of those days! Denmark […]

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Clean Grid Technology, Renewables

Eiffel Tower Now Home to Two Wind Turbines

27 Feb , 2015  

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Paris Has Turned the Eiffel Tower Into a Wind Energy Machine TakePart, February 24, 2015 Just how serious is Paris about cutting the City of Light’s carbon footprint? Serious enough to install two wind turbines on the iconic Eiffel Tower. The turbines, made by UGE, are not the giant windmill-type machines you see on wind […]

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