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Latest Blog Posts for Midwest Renewable Energy

  • Midwest Becoming Center For Solar Power Plants
    on Feb 9, 2011 in General
    CIRCLEVILLE, Ohio - With surprising speed, and with the help of ample public incentives, a solar energy manufacturing center has emerged in the upper Midwest that is helping to supply the world's growing demand for clean power. A machine called a...
  • Indiana Incentives For Solar Power
    on Feb 9, 2011 in General
    According to the U.S. Department of Energy, the State of Indiana supplies approximately two percent of the nation's coal but does not have other fossil fuel reserves. Due to production needs, the industrial sector consumes nearly 50 percent of the en...
  • Attack On Gasland
    on Feb 8, 2011 in General
    It is happening all across America, rural landowners wake up one day to find a lucrative offer from a gas or oil energy company wanting to lease their property.Josh Fox's Oscar-nominated film "Gasland" definitely isn't the first prominent...
  • Indiana's Wind Power
    on Feb 6, 2011 in General
    Wind power in Indiana was limited to a few small water-pumping windmills on farms until 2008 with construction of Indiana's first utility-scale wind power facility, Goodland (phase I) with a nameplate capacity of 130 MW. In 2009, three more wind farm...
  • Indiana Least Green State
    on Feb 5, 2011 in General
    Washington, Colorado, Massachusetts, New York, and California are the greenest states, according to a NMI survey of more than 3,000 U.S. consumers in the 25 largest states.The least green states are Virginia, South Carolina, Ohio, Georgia, and Indian...
  • 7000 Watt Home Generator System
    on Feb 3, 2011 in General
    Don't wait until the next severe weather system arrives, be prepared with a 7000 watt home generator system.   The VSP-450AH GENERATOR is a power system that can supply up to 7000 watts of household electricity and is an excellent alternativ...
  • Kilowatt Versus Kilowatt Hour
    on Jan 31, 2011 in General
    Watts are a unit of power, and kilowatt-hours are a unit of energy. Power is a measure of energy per unit time, and a watt measures how many joules (the standard international unit of energy) of work can be done in one second. A kilowatt-hour is the...
  • Estimate Your Residential Solar System Size
    on Jan 31, 2011 in General
    With the cost of energy climbing and global warming and peak oil serious concerns for many people, more homeowners are considering solar power as the alternative energy of choice in the quest for an energy-efficient home.  The first step in movi...
  • Parshall North Dakota New Boomtown
    on Jan 24, 2011 in General
    After oil is discovered under Parshall, North Dakota, a sleepy farming community, many residents are becoming millionaires virtually overnight. But for every new millionaire there's someone who won't benefit at all from the oil boom. When Parshall,...
  • Wind Mapping Resources
    on Jan 24, 2011 in General
    The U.S. map shows the predicted mean annual wind speeds at 80-m height (at a spatial resolution of 2.5 km that is interpolated to a finer scale). Areas with annual average wind speeds around 6.5 m/s and greater at 80-m height are generally considere...
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