Bonaire, a small Caribbean Island with fewer than 15,000 inhabitants has opted to go for wind energy, instead of diesel generation. Shipping costs for fuel, according to an article on CleanTechnica, contributed to the islands move to build 11 wind turbines that can generate up to 90 percent of the island’s power at times.
WECC made the news in Hays, Kansas recently. Turbines begin dotting the skyline 6/10/2013 By JUDY SHERARD firstname.lastname@example.org It’s taken more than six years — and cost $9 million — but the dream of wind energy for Fort Hays State University soon will be a reality. Crews from PNE Corp., based in Washington, began working last week installing the first of two 400-foot wind turbines for the university. “We started receiving deliveries Friday (May 31) and finished Saturday,” said Wayne […]