Wind mills

Bladeless Windmills Could Suit Cities

April 5, 2013 / No Comments

Many among you who don’t like the traditional windmills always complain about the large blades that rotate when the wind blows against them. Conventional windmills require high maintenance cost and take up huge space too. Besides, they kill birds. Clearly, traditional windmills aren’t ideal for urban environments. In order to solve all these issues, Delft University of Technology's EWICON (Electrostatic Windenergy ...

Iowa, South Dakota, North Dakota, Minnesota Boast of More Than 10% Electricity from Wind

August 5, 2010 / 1 Comment

The United States is increasingly tilting towards wind power. It has been reported that four states - Iowa , South Dakota , North Dakota and Minnesota – currently get more than 10 per cent of their electricity from wind power. Significantly, as many as 28 other states are seeing new wind power projects breaking ground.