Alternative Power: Winds of Change

Newsday: November 1st, 2009

Wind alone won’t relieve our dependency on fossil fuels, but it will play a key role in that effort, renewable energy experts say. For one thing, wind turbines work only where it’s windy. For another, they perform best during winter, rather than during the peak-demand summer months…

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