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Re: 61 messages in a year, 0 in the last month - Here's One

Hi Dee, thank you for that, spent some hours looking where you suggested and learn’t stuff, but there doesn’t seem to be much on intermediate size using
Geoff Thomas
Apr 5
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Re: 61 messages in a year, 0 in the last month - Here's One

Hi Dave, I had a 75kW wind turbine thrown on to the sand beneath and truly killed by a category 4 cyclone, no way to repair that, although I am able to source
Geoff Thomas
Mar 31
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31507

Re: methane

Hi Neil, the trend is growing, quite a few in Australia now, the economics are fairly clear, lots of cheap methane, - sewage plants getting into it too, also
Geoff Thomas
Mar 31
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31506

Re: 61 messages in a year, 0 in the last month

PV killed most commercial small wind. Good, purpose is thus still maintained. Dan Fink is right. Small wind has now risen to original stand-alone land. The
Claus Nybroe
Mar 30
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DWEA and Small Wind

Good to hear that there's still life on the list. FYI, DWEA has just released a white paper on the status and potential for Distributed Wind in the U.S. It's
Mike Bergey
Mar 30
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31504

Re: 61 messages in a year, 0 in the last month

Apparently June 2008 was our peak posting period. 99-08 were the good ole days. 08-15 show a decline in forum activity. Thanks for noticing, Doug. Brent
Brent Summerville
Mar 30
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31503

OT big wind

Big story in Buffalo, NY sunday paper about wind farms in the state,mostly about a big (195 turbines) on east end of lake Ontario, small mention of the 4 in
Neil Dennis
Mar 29
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Re: Digest Number 4083

Yes Scot However, the Arctic / boreal methane issue isn't a 'wash' - it's bloody scarey. Much of the soil derived methane gets broken down in the lower
hugh
Mar 28
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Frank Leslie
Mar 27
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Re: 61 messages in a year, 0 in the last month

On a Mac - (one button) - it's 'reply to all' - hadn't used it - as it could end up with a long string of names - trying to avoid sending unnecessary emails.
hugh
Mar 27
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31499

methane

IIRC, the local landfill (garbage disposal, mostly) uses the methane tapped from the pile to run a generator for their electrical power. Wonder how many others
Neil Dennis
Mar 27
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31498

Re: Digest Number 4083

Well, the methane footprint thing is kind of a wash. The entire land surface area of the globe with a humus layer thicker than an inch produces methane. We
Scot
Mar 27
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31497

Re: Digest Number 4083

As one who sees generation by wind and solar as the way of the future and regards collaboration and, in general, the open exchange of information and
Crawford Bob
Mar 27
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31496

Re: 61 messages in a year, 0 in the last month

FWIW, using Thunderbird, ther is a choice when you right click on the message for replies to, sender, list or all. wombat
Neil Dennis
Mar 27
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31495

Re: 61 messages in a year, 0 in the last month

Hello, I think there are many factors that affect small wind. In our case, we found: World Wide Crisis —> This is reducing the demand of small wind turbines.
Bornay Aerogeneradores
Mar 27
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