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Solar and wind power could mitigate conflict in northeast Africa
– April 8, 2021

A new study shows that several disagreements between Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt around Africa’s largest hydropower plant, the new Grand Ethiopian Renai Continue Reading

How improving acoustic monitoring of bats could help protecting biodiversity
– March 25, 2021

In order to assess the risk of bats dying at wind turbines, it is common practice to record the acoustic activity of bats within the operating range o Continue Reading

Whooping cranes steer clear of wind turbines when selecting stopover sites
– March 11, 2021

An article reports that whooping cranes migrating through the U.S. Great Plains avoid ‘rest stop’ sites that are within 5 km of wind-energy infrastruc Continue Reading

Field study shows icing can cost wind turbines up to 80% of power production
– March 4, 2021

Researchers took their studies of wind-turbine icing out of the lab and into the field to learn how and where ice accumulates on rotating blades. They Continue Reading

Research contributes to understanding of hypersonic flow
– March 4, 2021

Using data collected in a NASA wind tunnel, researchers replicated the hypersonic flow conditions of a compression ramp flow using Direct Numerical Si Continue Reading

Low-level jets create winds of change for turbines
– February 23, 2021

Global wind power capacity has increased more than fivefold over the past decade, leading to larger turbines, but low-level jets are one cause for con Continue Reading

Aging offshore wind turbines could stunt growth of renewable energy sector
– February 16, 2021

A new study highlights the urgent need for the UK’s Government and renewable energy industries to give vital attention to decommissioning offshore win Continue Reading

Common pipistrelle bats attracted to wind turbines
– February 11, 2021

One of the most abundant bats in Europe may be attracted to wind turbines, a new study shows. Continue Reading

New global 'wind atlas' propels sustainable energy
– February 4, 2021

Wind energy scientists have released a new global wind atlas – a digital compendium filled with documented extreme wind speeds for all parts of the wo Continue Reading

Taking the chill off icy build-up on planes and wind turbines
– December 17, 2020

New research is changing the way aircraft and wind turbine operators are addressing the risks related to ice build-up. A team has broadened the scope Continue Reading

Wind tunnel tests will help design future Army tiltrotor aircraft
– December 7, 2020

After more than three years in development, a team of U.S. Army researchers and industry partners completed the construction of a testbed that will he Continue Reading

Proverbial wolf can't blow down modern timber high-rises
– December 3, 2020

With an increasing demand for a more sustainable alternative for high-rise construction, new research points to timber as a sustainable and effective Continue Reading

Supersized wind turbines generate clean energy–and surprising physics
– November 23, 2020

As wind energy scales up, researchers study the fluid dynamics challenges. Continue Reading

The science of windy cities
– November 23, 2020

Researchers model urban airflows to help improve the design of drones, skyscrapers, and natural ventilation systems. Continue Reading

Small finlets on owl feathers point the way to less aircraft noise
– November 18, 2020

Researchers reveals how the microstructure of small finlets on owl feathers enable silent flight. Continue Reading

Moving wind turbine blades toward recyclability
– November 18, 2020

A new material for wind blades that can be recycled could transform the wind industry, rendering renewable energy more sustainable than ever before wh Continue Reading

Smart devices to schedule electricity use may prevent power outages
– November 10, 2020

Power plants generate electricity and send it into power lines that distribute energy to nodes where it can be used. But if the electricity load is mo Continue Reading

Tracking flight trajectory of evaporating cough droplets
– November 3, 2020

Researchers conducted a numerical study on droplet dispersion using high fidelity air flow simulation. The scientists found a single 100-micrometer co Continue Reading

Renewable energy targets can undermine sustainable intentions
– October 28, 2020

Renewable energy targets (RETs) may be too blunt a tool for ensuring a sustainable future, according to new research. Continue Reading

Mathematical tools predict if wave-energy devices stay afloat in the ocean
– October 13, 2020

Ocean waves represent an abundant source of renewable energy. But to best use this natural resource, wave-energy converters need to be capable of phys Continue Reading