Company Profile: Parkline, Inc.
With an innovative self-framing building system, years of accumulated expertise, and a reputation for meeting deadlines, this company can protect your electrical assets.
Solving the Transmission Dilemma
While transmission continues to be a major impediment to getting more wind power to the market, several important developments were made in the past few years.
Gathering Blade Span Data
Compiling a complete range of data is the only way to determine whether a potential wind-farm site is viable and will produce as desired.
A New Direction for Turbine Gearing
In this article Sandvik Coromant reports on tooling developments that are driving progress in cutting gears for wind-power components.
Cool System, Hot Results
New cooling system from Parker provides significant advantages to wind turbines by offering greater performance in a smaller package.
Free Money for Wind Developers
Allow these experts to guide you through the grant funds available to wind developers through The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.
Eliminating Uncertainty with Sodar
Just as the wind industry itself continues to evolve, remote sensing has truly come of age, eliminating the uncertainty often associated with wind-assessment studies.
A Greener Wind Farm
The Eaton Corporation is investing significant resources into developing a wide range of products to meet the demands of today’s wind-energy industry.
Both wind and weight create tremendous forces on tower foundations, making anchoring techniques particularly critical. Here are points to keep in mind.
As the market in wind turbines grows so does the demand for large, low-maintenance bearings. SKF has built a unique test rig for large bearings used in wind turbines.
Sandia National Laboratories initiates a program to address the challenges of manufacturing dependable, cost-effective blades for wind turbines.
Engineering solutions can mitigate increasingly complex infrastructure problems, allowing you to eliminate risk from your wind project before transportation begins.
Q&A: Kenneth Westrick