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1. All small wind turbines




An index of all the world's small wind turbines
Kategorie:   Windenergie / wind power

Eintragungsdatum: Jan 27, 2008 Hits: 16 Bewertung: 5.00 Stimmen: 3
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2. Information on renewable energy, solar power cars, wind power and more at Re-Energy.ca.




Teachers and students can learn about renewable energy, solar power, wind energy, water power and biomass energy. Download renewable energy lesson plans and construction plans for working models of solar power cars, solar ovens, wind power turbines, water wheels and biogas generators.
Kategorie:   Informationsportale / web portal systems

Eintragungsdatum: Oct 14, 2007 Hits: 6 Bewertung: 0.00 Stimmen: 0
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3. Renew-Reuse-Recycle | index




Renew-Reuse-Recycle is an online community all about what we can do to stop or mitigate the effects of climate change. The site includes news and information about renewable energy systems, blogs of people's own experiences in adopting some of them and forums where you can ask for advice.
Kategorie:   Windenergie / wind power
Alternative Energien / alternative energy
Recycling

Eintragungsdatum: Feb 18, 2008 Hits: 0 Bewertung: 0.00 Stimmen: 0

4. Centre for Alternative Technology Home Page




CAT aims to 'inspire, inform, and enable' people to live more sustainably. A solutions driven organisation, offering practical solutions to environmental problems, our key areas of work are renewable energy, environmental building, energy efficiency, organic growing and alternative sewage systems. We have been in existence for 27 years. CAT services include a visitor centre open 7 days a week, practical and informative publications, a mailorder service of 'green' books and products, educational services for schools, consultancy for individuals and businesses, residential courses, membership and a free information service.
Kategorie:   Organisationen / organisations

Eintragungsdatum: Mar 22, 2008 Hits: 1 Bewertung: 5.00 Stimmen: 1
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5. BWEA: Delivering UK wind, wave and tidal energy




Information on the UK wind energy industry, wind farms, wind power, with news, detailed information and photos. The British Wind Energy Association is the professional and trade body for all those involved in the wind energy industry. With 25 years' experience and a membership of over 350 companies, the BWEA is uniquely placed to promote the use of wind power in the UK.
Kategorie:   Windenergie / wind power

Eintragungsdatum: Apr 9, 2008 Hits: 1 Bewertung: 0.00 Stimmen: 0

6. Wind Power




OTHERPOWER.COM - A resource of information and materials for alternative power sources
Kategorie:   Alternative Energien / alternative energy
Windenergie / wind power

Eintragungsdatum: Apr 9, 2008 Hits: 0 Bewertung: 0.00 Stimmen: 0

7. Indian Wind Turbine Manufacturers Association: Home page




Indian Wind Turbine Manufacturers Association.
Power generation from wind has emerged as one of the most successful programmes in the renewable energy sector, and has started making meaningful contributions to the overall power requirements of some States.
Energy is a major input for overall socio-economic developement. Use of fossil fuels is expected to fuel the economic development process of a majority of the world population during the next two decades. However, at some time during the period 2020-2050, fossil fuels are likely to reach their maximum potential, and their price will become higher than other renewable energy options on account of increasingly constrained production and availability. Therefore, renewables are expected to play a key role in accelerating development and sustainable growth in the second half of the next century, accounting then to 50 to 60% of the total global energy supply.
After the creation of a seprate Ministry in 1992, special emphasis was given in the Eighth Plan to generation of grid quality power from renewables. The total installed capacity of power from renewables today stands at nearly 1350 MW with contribution from wind power of nearly 1000 MW.
Wind power installations worldwide have crossed 78728 MW producing about 54 billion KWh of energy annually. A total capacity MW has been installed in Germany(20,952 MW), Spain (12,500 MW), USA (12,376 MW), India (7140 MW), Denmar(3136 MW) and in Europe. India is now the fourth largest wind power generator in the world after Germany, USA and Spain.
The State of the World 1998, a world-watch Institute Report on progress toward a sustainable society, released earlier this year, has noted that renewable energy production in the world is expanding rapidly. Wind generation is the fastest growing energy source in this decade and is expanding at 25% per year. The Report recognises India as a new Wind Superpower. With declining trend of cost and increase in the scale of wind turbine manufacturing, wind promises to become a major power source globally in the first few decades of the new millennium.
MNRE(Ministry of New and Renewable Energy) are implementing the world's largest wind resource assessment programme, which forms the backbone of their wind exploitation efforts. Preliminary estimates indicate a potential of about 45,000 MW. Scientific surveys are being intensified to identify specific viable and potential sites. A recent study undertaken to re-assess the potential, places it at about 60,000 MW. Assuming a grid penetration of 20%, a technical potential of about 15192 MW is already available for exploitation in the potential States. 160 sites have so far been identified in 13 States. Survey work is in progress in 24 States / UTs. The States of Rajasthan and West Bengal have also shown wind potential.
Today, we have a wind power installed capacity of 7320 MW in the country, out of which about 7250 MW is accounted for by commercial installations. About 33.5 billion units of electricity have been fed to the grid so far. A good local production base for wind turbines now exists in the country, with 8 manufacturing companies active in this sector.
Today, the capital cost of wind power projects range between Rs. 4 to 5 crores per MW. This gives a levelised cost of energy generation in the range of Rs. 2.00 to Rs. 2.50 KWh, taking into consideration the fiscal benefits extended by the Government.
The government has introduced a package of incentives which includes tax concessions such as 80% accelerated depreciation, tax holidays for power generation projects, soft loans, customs and excise duty reliefs, liberalised foreign investment procedures, etc.
IREDA and other financial institutes mostly in the private sector are playing a significant role in promoting Renewable Energy Projects, in general and Wind Energy Projects in particular
Kategorie:   Windenergie / wind power

Eintragungsdatum: Apr 9, 2008 Hits: 0 Bewertung: 0.00 Stimmen: 0

8. [ EDF ENERGIES NOUVELLES ]




EDF energies nouvelles
Kategorie:   Photovoltaik / photovoltaics > Dünnschichtsolarzellen

Eintragungsdatum: Apr 26, 2008 Hits: 0 Bewertung: 0.00 Stimmen: 0

9. Home Power Magazine: Solar | Wind | Water | Design | Build




Since 1987, Home Power magazine has been the leading renewable energy information source for end-users and professional alike.
Kategorie:   Alternative Energien / alternative energy
Energie sparen / save energy

Eintragungsdatum: May 25, 2008 Hits: 0 Bewertung: 0.00 Stimmen: 0

10. Wind-Works by Paul Gipe




Paul Gipe hosts a series of of articles and commentary primarily--but not solely--on wind energy, Feed-in Tariffs, and Advanced Renewable Tariffs.
Kategorie:   Windenergie / wind power

Eintragungsdatum: Aug 1, 2008 Hits: 0 Bewertung: 0.00 Stimmen: 0

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