Never underestimate your ability to change. Solar wind energy represents more than environmental sustainability. Soaring wind energy provides an answer to an everlasting question and doubt of the future. For years, scientists have predicted the end of the world as abrupt as the beginning. But we have evolved in our ways of thinking and action. Our methods of building and destroying our planet have disrupted our thought-process and have endowed us with a larger and much longer future.
We build to create. We accept so we can cherish. We grow so we can live. Solar wind energy has kept our …Read More
Green products and solar wind energy has a lot of criticism. Whether they’re called “of the future” or simply “tree-hugging machines”, alot can be said about this technology. Solar energy offers a new way to operate systems and ways of living. Instead of depending on pure electrical currents and have your monthly utility bill add up, solar energy is a solution to the downtrodden and overpriced.
This new technology pushes the status quo and operates at maximum efficiency. But how? Hybrid solar-wind downdraft tower technology combines dry air, heated by the solar rays of the sun, with …Read More
Wind power in the United States is rapidly becoming a popular mode of producing energy thanks to its renewable nature and economic incentive. Our cohort and environment enthusiast, Robert E Clark believes wind turbines commonly require a not-so-modest amount of real estate to implement on a meaningful level, once built they can provide numerous benefits.
Of course the most apparent benefit to wind energy is the fact that it requires no fuel (in the traditional sense that disqualifies wind as “fuel”) and produces no waste. This translates to an exceedingly low level of maintenance that …Read More
Another fascinating invention in the field of wind power is the WindTree. This is a turbine built for a far smaller endeavor than that of the previous design, but it addresses the persistent problem of aesthetic: many naysayers of wind energy cite turbines’ rather drab appearance for their resistance to the construction of more turbines, especially ones close to their home. This turbine, however, is closer in appearance to a tree, hence the name WindTree. With a white “trunk” for support and curved green “leaves” to catch the wind, it could also resemble a work of art. Its design is …Read More
I am 21 years old and I have lived in Florida for my entire life – born & raised.
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You can call me a real Floridian, and there is just something I love about the Florida landscape. I call Pompano Beach Home.
I have lived on the East side of town basically my entire life, enjoying the beach as much as I possibly can (work permitting). Even on the calmest days the wind is blowing, gusting and pushing around. There is wind energy ALL around.
WHY ARE WE …Read More
So probably my favorite thing about wind energy, is it is always here! Yes, of course some place are much more windy than others and positioning a turbine in a very windy location is ideal. Living in South Florida, we see great wind blowing all of the time right on our coast line. IF we could figure out a way to harvest this and power millions of homes, why wouldn’t we?
I believe one solution is to require buildings on the coast line to install wind turbines on the roof tops of their building. They can use …Read More
Hey, how are you guys doing today? Welcome to my new blog called the Soaring Wind Energy. I just wanted to welcome everyone and let you know that this will be a great adventure about energy and any other related topics I deem fit or run across.
Anyways, check back tomorrow for more info!…