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Brian

This is a good indication of where things are heading. There's a long way to go regarding wind farms because many people see them as an eyesore rather than something cool to look at and energy producing. I think it's going to take some time before we have huge wind farms out off our shores, but it will eventually happen. As the article mentioned, there's going to be shortages, but with shortages comes extra capacity through new companies jumping on board. The more companies that get involved, the better and more efficient the designs get. Competition is always a good thing because it inspires creativity. Let's hope things continue to progress as they have.

Luis

Great post!

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Antonio Pietrangeli

In europe wind power is popular in the northern countries ( Germany, Holland, etc. ) whereas in Italy is growing very slowly because of the bureaucracy and of the "visual" negative impact.

I hope things will change soon in Italy too.
We badly need the most of the renewable energy since we have no gas, petroleum nor nuclear. Basically we produce hydropower only.
Antonio Pietrangeli
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PM

Everybody should learn about electric cars as a solution. It’s amazing how far the technology has come. One of the main electric car companies, Zap, has delivered over 100,000 EV’s. (source: zapworld.com). EV’s cost 1 to 3 cents per mile to run, compare that to regular cars!

PM

Everybody should learn about electric cars as a solution. It’s amazing how far the technology has come. One of the main electric car companies, Zap, has delivered over 100,000 EV’s. (source: zapworld.com). EV’s cost 1 to 3 cents per mile to run, compare that to regular cars!

Simonm

Wind power is really growing, both existing wind power schemes and those that are planned! Have a look at http://www.renewables-map.co.uk which shows all the active and planned schemes in the UK. There is about 2.5GW of wind generating capacity in the UK Now! And another 13GW on its way!

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Rick L.

One of my colleagues has a wind turbine in the north and I have to say it kicks rear. It generates so much energy at a cheap cost. They are worth it. Thanks a bunch, Rick Lanese

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i hope it will get bigger in the future.

paul horak

wonderfull site. alternative energy is our future

don bartell

We have been using electricity our entire lives. We use it at home, at the office and at school. Everywhere we go, electricity plays a big role.

This is perhaps one of the biggest businesses around today. But lately, electricity cost in on the rise.

why not try wind power to save money..and go green..

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