#Wind Power

Wind meets wall
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Wind meets wall
Norwegian company Wind Catching Systems aims to revolutionize offshore power generation with a “wall” as tall as the Eiffel Tower with 126 small 1-MW turbines.
November 2021
Riding the wave
Future Life
Riding the wave
Energy-efficient wing-in-ground vehicles as new interurban means of transportation are planned to zip across the sea on air cushions.
October 2021
Flying a kite
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Flying a kite
This high-speed boat is said to achieve a speed of 150 km/h (93 mph)or 80 knots. That would be a new world record.
October 2021
With the wind against the wind
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With the wind against the wind
Friction-optimized headwind vehicles drive into the wind faster than the wind blows against them.
September 2021
Wind of Change
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Wind of Change
Only when the human, nature and technology triad is in perfect harmony will sailors stand a chance of finishing the Vendée Globe. Mental agility is a key skill in the world’s toughest non-stop regatta
April 2021
With the power of the wind
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With the power of the wind
Over the course of millennia, the wind has been working for humans. In the future, the wind will become a powerful ally in the battle against climate change – thanks to technological innovation.
December 2020
Always follow the sun
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Always follow the sun
Sun, wind and water can supply sufficient energy to cover the worldwide demand. An efficient global power grid is an important key of innovation to achieving this goal.
December 2021
The journey of the giants
Engineering
The journey of the giants
Before wind turbines are able to generate electricity at dizzying heights they have to complete an arduous journey. The transportation of wind power systems is packed with challenges.
February 2019
Powered by the wind
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Powered by the wind
In the 17th century, the Netherlands had the biggest merchant fleet in the world. The rise of the small nation was accelerated by the efficient utilization of a renewable source of energy: wind.
December 2018