Distributed wind energy is electricity that is produced for homes, farms, business, villages, communities, cabins and sailboats. If you've driven across Texas or Kansas, you've seen countless wind farms out there working hard, quietly making utility-scale energy. Distributed wind is different; this is wind power for the people, amongst the people.
Distributed wind energy be very rewarding – enjoy energy security by creating your own electricity; hedge against rising energy costs; become more connected to weather patterns and the rhythm of the seasons; and interact with your community by hosting curious visitors wanting to learn more about your efforts in sustainability.
Join us for a fun and interactive workshop at Appalachian State, a world leader in distributed wind energy training, education, research and hands-on work. This workshop will be held a mile high at Appalachian State University’s Small Wind Research and Demonstration Site. There will be both classroom and "hands on" activities.
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