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These resources from the University of Delaware Library on wind energy in the United States reflect a multidisciplinary approach to renewable energy and vary in technical expertise, including a few engineering texts. This exhibit includes information on the economic climate and financial investment required to establish and sustain wind power plants and transmission systems, the technology and engineering concepts to make the process of electricity production and distribution work, wind power’s effect on the environment and human health, and how individuals and organizations during the last century and a half achieved these breakthroughs.
This exhibition was originally on display in the first floor Information Area of Morris Library from July 9-September 7, 2010.
Tags: Wind power; Wind power industry; Wind power–Research