Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Wind Turbine Guidelines, Data Center Energy Star Study Results

7 comments:

mikesac said...

Thanks for sharing all the latest and updated information here.It is essential to know the correct status and the statistics.
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gipi gopinath said...

Heard solar panels for your home in the UK get government grants.
Any views ?

Mike Kowalsky said...

Not sure if wind turbines will ever replace - or overtake - solar panels as an alternative energy source for homes.

Orsolya Magyar said...

Using wind and sun to generate our electricity is the way of the future.

Krista Hiles said...

Thanks for sharing such important information with us. We should aware of renewable resources and their huge advantages. Keep posting!

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Patricia Salvales said...

Just what I've been looking for, Thank you for sharing this information. More Power!

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