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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. See full article here.
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.