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Energy Central Community Celebrates National Big Wind Day with a Look Back and an Invitation to Look Forward

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National Big Wind Day is here today, April 12. 

It's no secret that big wind is one of the tools that is going to be necessary for a decarbonized grid of the future, so as a tip of the hat to Big Wind Day, I wanted to share some of the most popular wind energy related articles submitted to Energy Central in recent months. Take a minute to peruse some of the below articles that blew us away (pun intended!), and as a follow up we're asking you to tell us in the comments below: what are you looking for out of wind energy for the rest of 2022? How 'big' will 'big wind' be this year and on the grid moving forward? Let's discuss!

 

Top Wind Energy Content in Recent Months on Energy Central to Celebrate National Big Wind Day

Clean Energy Transition: What to do with Wind, Solar, Battery Equipment When They Reach End of Life? by Ron Schoff, EPRI

How Can We Make Wind Turbines More Sustainable? by Jane Marsh, Environment.co

Big Oil’s painful offshore wind pivot by Seb Kennedy, Energy Flux

Con Edison's Clean Link New Jersey Plans to Connect the Garden State with Offshore Wind and its Clean Energy Future by Allan Drury, Con Edison

Offshore Wind, Floating Wind and Hydrogen by Charley Rattan, Charley Rattan Associates

ACP report shows new offshore wind development could generate $4.5 billion in federal revenue by Mary Davis, Energy Risk Hub

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