Any Way the Wind Blows, Flying Kites To Accelerate the Energy Transition
The number of conventional wind turbines, those mega-windmills spread across hilltops and floating on the open sea, is growing each year. Once installed, they can function 24/7 for decades, requiring minimal human intervention. But can wind power reach even higher and pump harder?Ca m'intéresse
Using AI and Weather Forecast To Optimize Renewable Energy Output
Will it be sunny tomorrow? And the wind: from what direction and what speed will it blow? These are questions typically fit for planning a weekend escapade or for a fisherman or farmer. But they are also key to maximizing the value of renewable energy.Ca m'intéresse
Is the future of wind turbines made of wood?
The wind is blowing strong toward renewables. After a record growth in 2018 thanks to a boom of offshore projects and a wave of onshore farms being developed in China and the U.S., the world’s wind power capacity further expanded by 19% last year.Ca m'intéresse
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