Blowing offwoes

Lerner, Ivan
November 2007
ICIS Chemical Business;11/12/2007, Vol. 272 Issue 18, p10
Trade Publication
The author reflects on wind towers. He argues the opposition of wind towers by yachtsmen due to interference caused by wind tower with their sailing. He expresses his views on the antiwind-tower coalition. He doubts building of a coal power plant as he doesn't expect prices for natural gas, oil and gasoline to decline. He even desires to have a wind tower in his backyard. Information about wind, wind power generation, and global wind turbine sales is also provided.


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