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Electrohydrodynamic (EHD) wind generators use electro-kinetic power conversion that relies on three key elements: (1) kinetic energy from wind, (2) a conductive, electrically isolated source of like-charged particles connected to a load and (3) an electrical ground plane to which charged particles can be driven. Click here read the full article written by Jennifer Baird, CEO, and Dawn White, President and CTO, Accio Energy, USA.

Publisher's Note

Offshore wind industry is confident of driving costs down by 2020

 

Features

Turbine-Free Offshore Wind Test Planned
By Jennifer Baird, CEO, and Dawn White, President and CTO, Accio Energy, USA

 

Aerial Surveying for Renewable Projects
By Gavin Germaine, Senior Geotechnical Engineer, Natural Power, UK

Measuring Rotor Blades with Lasers
By Torsten Wohlert, Deutsche Windtechnik Service, Germany

A Challenge for Offshore Lubricants
By Martin Wünsch, Head of Research and Development, Lubricant Consult GmbH, Germany

 

Windtech Future

Consolidation Spurs Wind Innovation Revival
By Philip Totaro, CEO of Totaro & Associates, USA

 

View from Inside

Wind Power Leads All New Power Generation
By Steve Sawyer, GWEC Secretary General

 

News

Company News

Projects and Contracts

Product News

Industry News

 

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