A breeding ground for new ideas

In the late 1970s, in response to oil price increases, a number of government-funded programmes were initiated to develop suitable wind turbines for electricity generation. It was reasoned that large wind turbines would be needed to minimise the number that would be required to match the energy output from conventional power stations.

by David Milborrow

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