Recently published government figures reveal that wind power met 14.7% of the country’s total demand in 2017, setting a new record.
It was also a good year for renewables in general, with renewable sources—including bioenergy, hydro, solar, and offshore and onshore wind—meeting almost Continue reading UK wind power sees another record high
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Wind power may be on the rise, but it’s not something new. People have been harnessing the power of the wind in one form or Continue reading The early history of wind power
There’s an undeniable trend towards making wind turbines larger in order to cut costs. This is especially relevant to Continue reading Designing the world’s largest wind turbine