Wind Energy Resources

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Helpful Links and Websites

Save On Energy
Learn how a wind turbine generates electricity through this informative infographic. 
Wind For ME
Maine's source for reliable and current information you need to understand wind power and its role in the state of Maine.
Maine Ocean & Wind Industry Initiative
An organization that represents companies within the Maine ocean and wind energy supply chain to the world market. Website includes webinars and publications.
Rocky Mountain Institute
An independent, non-partisan non-profit that advances market-based solutions, engaging businesses, communities, and institutions to cost-effectively shift to efficiency and renewables.
American Wind Association
AWEA gives a basic overview of the wind industry through a series of links. A good starting point.
The Wind Power
A database of wind turbines and wind farms, their developers, manufacturers and owners, from all around the world.
National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
NREL is a government funded research group to provide up-to-date information on technology involving commercial scale wind turbine development.
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)
The IPCC provides informational material on climate change for both adults and children.
Union of Concerned Scientists - How Wind Energy Works
UCS provides a page with general information about wind power.
North American Wind Power
A free monthly newsletter on the wind industry in North America
Power of Wind
See how the economic benefits of wind development are spilling over into local communities around the country.
Environmental Law Institute (ELI) Energy Subsidies Black, Not Green 
An article comparing energy subsidies for renewable energy and conventional energy.
A global grassroots movement focused on climate-focused campaigns from the bottom-up.
The Energy Gang
From Greentech Media, The Energy Gang is a weekly podcast that covers top issues and advancements in clean energy and cleantech.
Ceres is a sustainability nonprofit organization tackling the world’s biggest sustainability challenges, including climate change.