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View Resource Renewable Energy Law Blog

The Renewable Energy Law Blog is brought to you by the law firm of Shems Dunkiel Raubvogel & Saunders PLLC. Our firm provides legal counsel to individuals, businesses, municipalities, and non-profits...

http://renewableenergylaw.blogspot.com/
View Resource Lincoln Township Moratorium Report

Wind energy opponents have pointed to the Moratorium Report from Lincoln Township, Wisconsin, in recent years as evidence of wind energy's negative impacts. An "excerpts" document has circulated that...

http://www.aweo.org/windlincoln.html
View Resource Safety in the Wind Industry

Numerous tasks in the construction, operation and maintenance of a wind turbine require strict safety guidelines and well-designed equipment. A wind technician may be required to work in a space the...

http://www.altezzaglobal.com/
View Resource Metal Working for the Wind Industry

Metal components make up nearly 90% of the weight and over one-third of the value of a modern wind turbine1. The wind industry installed over 5,000 commercial-scale wind turbines in 20082, which...

http://www.awea.org/_cs_upload/learnabout/publications/4146_...
View Resource Alternative Energy Blog

Alternative energy blog - news, views and strong opinions on alternate energy resources including solar energy, wind power, wave energy, geothermal & other renewable energy sources + news on other...

http://alt-e.blogspot.com/
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