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Wind Power Complete Guide to Wind Energy and Turbines, Practical Information for Producers and Consumers, Low Wind Speed Systems, Small Wind Electric Systems (Three CD-ROM Set)
by:Department of Energy
This up-to-date and comprehensive electronic book on three CD-ROMs presents an incredible and totally revised collection of important documents and publications about wind energy, wind turbines, small wind electric systems, low wind speed systems, wind farms, “Wind Powering America” program, wind energy resource atlas, practical consumer information, and...
This up-to-date and comprehensive electronic book on three CD-ROMs presents an incredible and totally revised collection of important documents and publications about wind energy, wind turbines, small wind electric systems, low wind speed systems, wind farms, “Wind Powering America” program, wind energy resource atlas, practical consumer information, and research by the National Renewable Energy Lab (NREL). Encyclopedic coverage of every practical aspect of wind power is covered, including: United States Department of Energy (DOE) Wind Energy Resource Atlas; Wind Energy Meteorological Measurements; National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) National Wind Technology Center; Wind Energy Photo Gallery; Wind Turbine Technical Reports; Wind Resource Maps; Wind Power Today. Wind energy coverage includes: NREL Renewable Resource Data; DOE Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy; NREL Information Resources Catalog; Director and Management; Education Programs; Environmental Safety & Health; Climate Challenge; NREL Publications, News, Events. DOE Wind Energy Resource Atlas of the United States includes: National Wind Resource; Average Annual Wind Resource; Seasonal Variations of the Wind Resource; Certainty of Resource Estimates; Areal Distribution of Wind Resource; Regional Summaries (Northwest, North Central, Great Lakes, Northeast, East Central, Southeast, South Central, Southern Rocky Mountain, Southwest, others); Data Analysis and Assessment Methodologies;! Identification of Wind Data Sources; Wind Data Screening; Times Scales Used; Calculation of Wind Power Density; Vertical Adjustment; Wind Power Estimates for Mountainous Areas; Qualitative Indicators; Wind Power Classes; Classes of Land Surface Form. DOE Meteorological Field Measurements at Potential and Actual Wind Turbine Sites. Wind Turbine Technical Reports; Wind Power Today: Wind Energy Program Highlights 2002. NREL National Wind Technology Center: Working with Industry; Facilities Tour; For Consumers; NTWC Library; Applied Research; Turbine Research; Cooperative Research and Testing. Wind turbines convert the kinetic energy in the wind into mechanical power that turns a generator that produces electricity to power homes, schools, businesses, and communities. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, the world's winds could supply more than 10 times the current total world energy demand. With today's wind turbine technology, wind power could supply 20% of the United States' electricity. There are two ways you can power your home or business with wind: You may be able to purchase wind energy in the form of green power from your local utility, or you may be able to install a small grid-connected wind electric system to provide part of your electricity needs. A wind turbine rated from 5 to 15 kilowatts (kW) could lower your utility bill by 50% to 90%. Wind energy is a free, inexhaustible renewable resource. Wind energy is a source of clean, non-polluting electricity. A single utility scale (750 kW) wind turbine can prevent the emission of 5000 tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) into the atmosphere each year. It would take 500 acres of forest to absorb that much CO2.
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