Posts Tagged ‘book’

Wigton Windfarm releases book on wind energy

Wigton Windfarm Limited yesterday launched its first endorsed book, 'Understanding Wind Energy: Youth Repowering the Future', at a function held at the Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica, Trafalgar Road, in Kingston. The book, written by one its employees, senior engineer, Oswald O King, provides a summary of the fundamentals of wind energy and how this renewable […]

Book Bits | 29 July 2017

By Jesse Eisinger Interview with author via Bloomberg.com Like many of us, Eisinger was perplexed and even infuriated by the utter lack of prosecution following the great financial crisis and recession. Fraud was rampant, with an obvious paper trail leading to senior management at various banks and brokers. View full post on Wind Power News

Vernier’s New Investigating Wind Energy Lab Book Provides…

Vernier Software & Technology’s new Investigating Wind Energy lab book provides students in grades 4-6 with engaging, inquiry-based investigations that utilize the engineering design method. Written for and aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards , the investigations encourage students to apply learned knowledge as they explore electric circuits and investigate blade design variables using […]

Windfarm threatens future of Scottish book town that reinvented itself

Wigtown, which looks out on Britain’s largest local nature reserve and the Galloway Hills, will be blighted by windpower, say locals It was the closure of the railway in 1950 that did for Wigtown, leading to the shutdown of the local creamery and slow decline from what was once described as the quaintest town in […]

Book Discussion on [The Great Texas Wind Rush]

Kate Galbraith and Asher Price talked about their book, The Great Texas Wind Rush: How George Bush, Ann Richards and a Bunch of Tinkerers Helped the Oil and Gas State Win the Race to Wind Power , They spoke with Professor .. View full post on Wind Power News

Book Excerpt: “Go Get Smart on Wind”

This is the first of two abridged excerpts from Kate Galbraith and Asher Price’s book, The Great Texas Wind Rush: How George Bush, Ann Richards and a Bunch of Tinkerers Helped the Oil and Gas State Win the Race to Wind Power, published by the University of Texas Press. View full post on Wind Power […]

New book gives balanced view of energy debates

In recent years, the seemingly dry subjects of oil and gas drilling and renewable energy have become fodder for Hollywood movies, celebrity concerts and protests outside the White House. View full post on Wind Power News

A book on wind power

The Institution of Engineering and Technology presents a book on offshore wind turbine technology, which addresses in practical terms wind turbine reliability and availability. View full post on Wind Power News