Power of Wind

I just got an interesting email from a reader who wrote to tell us about a new website called PowerofWind.com. The website allows people to take action to promote alternative energies like wind power. PowerofWind.com is the creation of the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA). Our reader says,

“This Web site is designed to motivate visitors to take action on behalf of renewable energy sources like wind. In a few days, the U.S. Senate is going to vote on a step toward combating global warming: the Bingaman renewable energy standard. Powerofwind.com visitors can support renewable energy by writing a letter to their Senator to urge him or her to vote “yes” to the Bingaman amendment.”

Thanks to Kate for this great tip!


One thought on “Power of Wind”

  1. Instead of an RPS, which doesn’t guarantee any actual effect from adding renewable energy sources, why isn’t the requirement an actual effect? In other words, the requirement should not be to build more, but to emit less. Leave it up to the people, the utilities, etc. to best achieve that goal.

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