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Vertical axis wind turbines will soon be coming to a rooftop (or ocean) near you, if all goes according to plan.

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The US Energy Department still sees a place for micro wind turbines and distributed wind energy in the nation’s grid. The latest round of...

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A huuuuge wind energy project in Wyoming could provide President Trump with bragging rights to thousands of new jobs and a poke in the...

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The new bladeless micro wind turbine from Vortex Bladeless looks like a popsicle stick, but since SunEdison and Harvard University are interested so are...

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US businesses and other non-utility buyers are embracing wind energy hand over fist, according to the latest report from AWEA.

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Micro wind turbine doubters step aside: the Eiffel Tower got a major green makeover, and included in the mix are two custom painted micro...

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An industry shakeout will follow the oil price crash, but the survivors will face new competition from micro wind turbines and the distributed wind...

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Look out for a tidal wave to follow this ripple: Ford tests micro wind turbines at four US dealerships in partnership with Wind Energy...

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The wind turbine company UGE first crossed our radar in 2012, when it teamed with GE to launch Sanya Skypump, the world’s first EV...

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One of the most popular micro wind turbine companies around, Southwest Windpower, began to scale back operations last year and has apparently closed its...

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  The micro wind turbine market has exploded in the last three years – heck, even the National Football League is on board with...

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