Answered By: Bobray Bordelon
Last Updated: Apr 11, 2017     Views: 10

  • The Wind Power section of Power eTrack provides statistical reports on alternative power sources including wind.
  • Wind research at National Renewable Energy Laboratory provides analysis of issues with wind power, technical information and GIS data.
  • Windustry, a web site that promotes the use of wind energy. 
  • ABI Inform provides articles and reports on the topic.
    • Search for wind power in the subject field.
    • Use the subject terms the database suggests to expand the search. 
  • For books, use the Catalog and search for  "wind power" in the subject field. 

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