Expand your energy knowledge through the US Dept of Energy’s series highlighting “Top Things You Didn’t Know.”  Coming in at the top of the list for On-Site or Distributed Wind Power: “Distributed wind power is used at or near where it is generated, as opposed to wind power from wholesale generation, where power is sent to consumers via transmission lines and substations. Employed by households, schools, farms, industrial facilities and municipalities, distributed wind doesn’t only refer to small-scale turbines; it includes any size turbine or array of turbines that generates power for local or on-site use…” Read More

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