STIRLING-ANOSH: Why are education dollars meant for the classroom being used to build a wind farm?
SUZUKI: But renewables like wind are increasingly feasible, especially as costs continue to drop.
The KidWind Challenge challenges high school students to design and build micro-wind turbines.
Once we start to see more of them, it will mean we’re finally getting somewhere on climate change.
Heidi Eijgel has been living with wind turbines since 2004. And she’s all right with that.
TheTREC Renewable Energy Cooperative was a simple idea that ended up the most robust renewable energy regime in North America.
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Because of Balaban, the population of Halkirk, AB, will more than double while a 150 megawatt Halkirk wind project is being built.