Highlights of 2010: Offshore wind in Texas and the curious case of Massachusetts

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Humans have harnessed wind energy throughout history for milling, pumping and transportation — in a way you could say it’s the “original” form of industrial energy. But only recently have we built massive, powerful turbines to convert that wind into electricity. As concerns about pollution, carbon emissions, resource depletion and energy security mount, wind farms are an increasingly attractive alternative for meeting growing energy demand.

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  • critical issues, database publication, renewable energy, energy, texas, massachusetts, wind power