Monday, April 20, 2009

NASA Report Helping Scottish Windfarms, Where Now Indiana?

The Scottish Sunday Herald reports that their wind farms might make more money and energy than expected, Windfall
THE UK offshore wind industry could be worth £300 million to £400m more than expected each year after climate specialists discovered a substantial rise in summer wind speeds over the past 20 years, the Sunday Herald can exclusively reveal.

The news is likely to be a great relief to the UK and Scottish governments and climate campaigners at a time when major investors' enthusiasm for offshore wind has been waning, with multinationals including Shell having withdrawn altogether.

The new piece of research by Edinburgh-based Atmos Consulting and Nasa suggests that wind farms will produce much more electricity each year than expected.

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