With both onshore and offshore wind power combining to be an ever larger part of energy supply worldwide, some companies have decided to concentrate their efforts on building greener wind turbines, out of wood for example, while maintaining the same energy output. But American GE has recently announced its aim to tackle all these aspects at once by building taller wind turbines with high 3D-printed bases that would help solve some logistical issues often associated with the wind giants.
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