Wind Energy: Top 10 Twitter Feeds for Wind Industry and Technology News

Time for another Top 10 Twitter list from CEIL! This week, we’ve compiled 10 of our favorite Twitter feeds with a focus on wind energy.

  • @AWEA – AWEA is the voice of wind energy in the U.S., promoting renewable energy to power a cleaner, stronger America.
  • WindPower_Eng – Windpower Engineering & Development covers all aspects of wind. From turbine design to installation to maintenance; we provide technical/tutorial insights.
  • @FirstWind – First Wind develops, owns and operates wind farms in the Northeast, West and Hawaii.
  • @WindEnergyPower – Wind Electric: Generated by wind turbines – clean, green, energy efficient and renewable. Tweeting developments and wind spin.
  • @AlternativeERG – DIY Solar and Wind Energy Projects for Homes, Apartment Buildings and Offices. Make the world a Greener Tomorrow.
  • @NewEnergy_Blog – The world is changing, a new vision on energy is needed. We need a plan, where is yours? About: renewable energy, solar energy, wind energy, led, etc.
  • @NAWindPower – North American Windpower is the leading magazine serving professionals involved in all aspects of the wind energy generation and distribution business.
  • @UrbanTurbines – Portal to the world of small wind turbines | over 475 small wind turbines listed.
  • @FeedtheGrid – Sustainable & renewable energy news. Solar, wind, tidal, geothermal, biofuels, climate change, peak oil, feed-in tariffs, etc
  • @EWEA – EWEA is the voice of the wind industry, actively promoting the utilisation of wind power in Europe and worldwide.

Follow the entire list here: http://twitter.com/#!/CEILeadership/topwindenergytweeters

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Linda Kiltz

While I support the use of alternative energy, why do these companies fail to discuss the drawbacks of this form of energy as well as their environmental impact? The wind farms going up in my region will pose a significant hazard to aviation security because they impact the radar being used by air traffic controllers.