Wind Turbines Could Become a Friend Over Foe

By: Aviation Today  09-12-2011
Keywords: Renewable Energy, Wind Farms

The interest in renewable energy is growing, powered by the environmental and operational efficiencies to be gained. For aviation concerns, however, the switch to renewable energy, particularly wind energy, comes with its own set of potential safety problems. Wind farms, specifically the wind turbine itself..Having trouble logging in? Contact James Walsh at

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Keywords: Renewable Energy, Wind Farms

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