Green Energy on a Gigawatt Scale

Wolf, Gene
March 2011
Transmission & Distribution World;Mar2011 Supplement, p4
Trade Publication
The article discusses the trends of technology innovation which are advancing at fantastic speeds, faster and more complex, especially on renewables in the U.S. It states that at present, the typical wind turbine rating generates between 1 megawatt (MG) and 3 MG. The article also mentions the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) and the operation of the five mega turbines since January 2010.


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