Posts Tagged ‘Wisconsin’

Western Wisconsin group vows to keep fighting Highland wind farm

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Wind power’s Wisconsin dry spell may be ending

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Wind and Wisconsin GOP

Science Alert reports that on a particularly windy July 2015 day Denmark’s wind farms produced between 116 and 140 percent of the nation’s electricity requirements, and they weren’t even operating at full capacity. Germany and Norway took 80 percent of the excess, storing the surplus in hydropower systems for later use, and Sweden took the […]

Duke Energy signs maintenance deals with Wisconsin wind farms

Small wind farms owned by Madison Gas and Electric and Wisconsin Public Service are the latest projects Duke Energy Renewables has signed to service and maintenance contracts. Duke Energy Renewables Services has signed five-year service and maintenance contracts for two small wind farms in Kewaunee County, Wis. View full post on Wind Power News

Fight back against WE Energies’ assault on clean energy in Wisconsin

Sustainable energy is one of the world’s fastest-growing industries – and it’s the best medicine available for our dying planet. But thanks to the state’s current leadership, most of whom owe fealty to the fossil-fuel industry, Wisconsin is losing out on the jobs as well as the environmental rewards of having proactive sustainable energy policies. […]

Wisconsin should embrace wind energy

Over the past few years, Wisconsin’s wind industry has faced an unreasonable number of obstacles, more than any other form of energy production, nearly grinding the job- and energy-creating potential of this critical sector to a halt. View full post on Wind Power News

Future of wind farms uncertain in Wisconsin

Michael Vickerman, policy and program director for RENEW Wisconsin, isn’t sure which direction the air will blow for Wisconsin wind farms in the years to come. View full post on Wind Power News