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Clean Power Awesome German Wind Industry Videos

Published on January 15th, 2013 | by Thomas Gerke

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Awesome German Wind Industry Videos

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January 15th, 2013 by
 
I’ve been meaning to share these two videos with the Cleantechnica community for ages, so now I finally got around to doing so.

Both videos focus on the manufacturing processes of the wind industry. To be precise, they give a behind-the-scenes look at the production of turbines by the leading German wind turbine maker, Enercon.

The first section of the first video showcases different turbines produced by Enercon. At about 04:20, the music changes and the video takes a look at the production of Enercon wind turbines.

http://youtu.be/NngywATy2ys

This second video showcases the heavy industry aspect of wind turbine manufacturing. It’s tuned to Mozart´s Don Giovanni.

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is a close observer of the scientific, political and economic energy debate in Germany and around the globe. Inspired by the life's work of the renewable energy advocate Hermann Scheer, Thomas focuses on spreading information that showcase the possibilities & opportunities of a 100% renewable energy system. Though technology is key for this energy shift, he also looks at the socio-economic benefits and the political, as well as structural barriers.



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