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The Wind Power Story Part III: The Administrators

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BRANDON N. OWENS is a technology innovation specialist with domain expertise in energy markets, technologies, and policies. He is well-versed in corporate strategy & communications, digital...

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Learn about the history of wind power in under 2 minutes! Part III in the series of wind energy videos created as a companion to my book from Wiley-IEEE Press. If you've ever wondered about those massive government-funded wind turbines of the 1970s and 1980s-this one is for you.

 

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