Innovation in the wind

Varley, James
October 2005
Modern Power Systems;Oct2005, Vol. 25 Issue 9, p9
Presents a perspectives on the development of wind business project by the wind industry in the U.S. Issue on the cancellation of Lamar wind farm project due to a shortage of wind turbines and escalating prices; Expectation of American Wind Energy Association to install a wind turbines in the U.S. that will contribute enough wind capacity in the country; Benefits gained by Siemens AG in the wind business.


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