why i like wind power    Why I like Wind Power, Video Playlist !

Wind energy is used for practical purposes like generating electricity, charging batteries, pumping water or grinding grain.


The widest variety of wind energy technologies can be used as stand-alone applications connected to an existing network of power, or even combined with a photovoltaic system. For convenience, a large number of wind turbines are usually built close, forming a wind farm that provides power to a network.


There are electricity providers that use wind farms to power their own customers.

Some homeowners and farmers in windy areas can also use small wind turbines to generate electricity. Find out more about wind systems based on wind from the energy-saving.




Developing MacArthur, the Southern Hemisphere's                    Mister Wind video point of view

Developing MacArthur, the Southern                    Mister Wind video point of view     

Hemisphere's largest wind farm – TIME  LAPS


New study answers columnist’s questions, confirms wind energy’s environmental benefits.

A recent Reuters opinion column by John Kemp and the report it references are simply asking questions that have already been answered, and the answer is that wind energy produces the expected pollution reductions because wind has virtually zero negative impact on the efficiency or emissions of fossil-fired power plants.

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      Basic knoladge on how to abtain wind power electricity

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RWind Energy Faq's  -  In English

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      Miths about wind Power – In English

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Cum a crescut Puterea instalata in energia eoliana din Romania    How increased installed capacity of wind energy in Romania

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Funnel Wind Turbine Generates Jaw-Dropping Power    Funnel Wind Turbine Generates Jaw-Dropping Power

In order to get off oil as our main energy source, renewable energy needs to be cost-competitive with natural gas and coal. Innovations in solar and wind power are making strides toward that goal, but it will take a major.

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Land Area Calculator required wind power systems :

Calculator al Suprafetei necesara instalarii de Turbine Eoliene



Wind turbine :

kW installed costs : 1000 euro

Capacity factor : 30% (25-35%)

Annually production: 2,6 MWh

Green certificates/MWh: 2

Price without grant: 130 euro/year, so return of 13% and payback in 7,7 years.

Minimum: 250 euro/year, so return of 25% and payback in 4 years.

Maximum: 370 euro/year, so return of 37% and payback in 2,7 years.




World wind Energy Association  - Small Wind Energy Platform

                   World wind Energy Association  – Small Wind Energy Platform

Business Directory / Buyer's Guide / Certification & Testing / Policies & Standards / News / Events





World wind Energy Association  - Wind Energy Technology present the english version of

World wind Energy Association  – Wind Energy Technology present the english version of:

Technology                                 Grid integration and storage

Planning                                     Special applications

Operation & Maintenance             Multimedia

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List of WEA, Wind Energy Associations in Europe by the Wind Power   

List of WEA, Wind Energy Associations in Europe by "the Wind Power"

- The list of countries in terms of production capacity (MW) UPDATED

- The development of global wind energy production capacity




European Maps of  Wind  Farms , by the Wind Power  European Maps of  Wind  Farms , by "the Wind Power"

You can select the Country to display the list of Wind Farms




csp today global tracker wind map

Projects Tracker / Markets Tracker / Supplyer Directory





European Wind Energy Association Factsheets

European Wind Energy Association Factsheets :

Wind Energy Statistics and targets  /  Finance / Costs, Energy subsidies and Electricity Prices

Technology / Europe's Electricity Supply / Jobs and Green Growth

Wind Energy & Nature / Health / Offshore / Onshore / Public opinion / Climate change




Wind Energy facts :

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- Costs, ebergy subsidies and electricity prices

- Climate change

- EU R&D Money  

- Europe's electricity supply

- Europe's electricity supply in Spain  

- Finance

- Finance wind energy      

- Glossary

- Health    

- Jobs and green growth people

- Jobs and green growth    

- Offshore 2010  2020

- Offshore 2011  2020   

- Offshore 22 meters deep

- Offshore anual investment      

- Offshore investment

- Offshore     

- Onshore capacity

- Public opinion Global Wind day    

- Public opinion

- Statistics and targets 100 GW   

- Technology floating turbines

- Statistics and targets  

- Technology

- Statistics and targets Electricity % generated by wind  

- What others say

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- Wind energy and nature





Harta proiectelor fotovoltaice din Romania   Eolian Projects map for Romania




Harta Interactiva a proiectelor de Energie Regenerabila din Romania

Interactive map of renewable energy projects in Romania




Harta Retelelor si a centralelor electrice Eoliene din Romania la 12.12.2012 emisa de C.N.  Transelectrica

Map for electricity network for wind power plants in Romania on 12.12.2012, by C.N.  Transelectrica




Harta Retelelor si a centralelor electrice Fotovoltaice din Romania la 12.12.2012 emisa de C.N.  Transelectrica

Map for electricity network and photovoltaic power plants in Romania at 12.12.2012, by C.N.  Transelectrica




Global  Wind  Energy  Council Interactive Map      Global  Wind  Energy  Council Interactive Map

Wind power is present today in over 75 countries, with 24 countries having more than 1,000 MW installed




WWEA's Interactive World Map     WWEA's Interactive World Map




Institutions in Central and Eastern Europe  Institutions in Central and Eastern Europe — European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), the European Investment Bank (EIB), and the International Finance Corporation (IFC)

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Support mechanisms in Central, Eastern and South Eastern Countries Support mechanisms in Central, Eastern and South Eastern Countries, for Wind energy in form of Feed-in Tariffs, feed-in Premiums or green certificates.

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Aneza 4, activity of european wind energy players in third countries

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Wind power has the potential to be used in a home environment only in the right circumstances, and has the potential to power everything your home needs, from electric radiators to hot water. In this instance, I’m going to focus on the electrical side of things, and how you can use mainly use wind turbines to power the electricity in your home, and even make money selling it back to the grid.

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resurse Wind potential in Romania








Although all wind turbines operate on similar principles, more varieties are currently used. These include both horizontal and vertical axis turbines.



Horizontal axis turbines are the most common. They consist of a tall tower, a rotor, a generator, a controller, and other components. Most horizontal axis turbines built today are with two or three blades.


The  horizontal axis turbines are up on towers to take advantage of strong winds and less turbulence,  30 meters or more above the ground. Each blade acts like an airplane wing, so when the wind blows, it creates a low-pressure form of air on the bottom of the blade. This low pressure air form drags the blade toward her, causing the rotor turning. The lifting force is actually much stronger than the wind in front of the blade, which is called pulling. The combination of lift and drag causes the rotor to spin like a propeller and the crankshaft spins a generator to produce electricity.



Vertical axis turbine is of two types: Savonius and Darrieus.


Darrieus turbine was invented in France in the 1920s. Often described as similar to a phone , shows vertical blades that rotate through the wind. Using aerodynamic lift,  can record more energy than sliding system devices. Giroturbine and cycloturbine are variants of Darrieus turbine.


Savonius turbine is S-shaped when viewed from above. This type of turbine spins relatively slowly, but shows a return with a high couple. Is useful in grinding grain, pumping water, and many other tasks. Because of the small rotation speeds they are not good for generating electricity.


In addition, the windmills are used for a variety of purposes. Windmills have been used by man, with at least 200 BC, for grinding grain and pumping water. Around 1900, windmills were used to pump water in farms and, later, to produce electricity. Windmills have more blades than modern wind turbines, and they rely on the slide for rotating the blades slide into.


Wind energy can be produced anywhere in Romania, especially where wind blows with a powerful force and coherence. In those locations, where there are high winds,  production cost decreases. The majority of usable wind resources in Romania are found in SE of the country and in the the mountain areas.


Existing maps with the wind potential  of Romania helps developers to determine where and when wind resources are suitable for wind energy production.


Development projects for electricity from renewable sources are based on the principles of sustainable development, because they support energy sources that do not pollute, and thereby contribute to reducing emissions of greenhouse gases, especially significant reduction in CO2 emissions and, during this time, producing more than 50 times more energy than was required in their development, manufacturing equipment, installation and implementation.




the use of a large climate chamber for extreme temp. testing

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Principle of the Sway Turbine system Principle of the Sway Turbine system

7 years of advanced dynamic simulations and engineering has enabled Sway Turbine to overcome the basic challenge of turbine up-scaling through several unusual design solutions.

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