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Wind along the waste

Ewart Brookes

Wind along the waste

by Ewart Brookes

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Published by White Lion Publishers in London (etc.) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fiction in English.

  • Edition Notes

    Originally published: London : Jarrolds, 1962.

    Statement(by) Ewart Brookes.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination240p. ;
    Number of Pages240
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21387636M
    ISBN 100727401890
    OCLC/WorldCa16366203

      Among renewable energy technologies, wind turbines have the odd distinction of being at once the most celebrated and the most reviled. People either love wind turbines, or Author: Reuters Editorial.   Wind power has a long history. Back in B.C., the Persians were using windmills to pump water and grind grain, writes the Department of Energy. Still, the windmill's use in generating.

      The book is about a large energy company wanting to put a nuclear waste dump site right smack in the middle of Wind River Reservation. Despite all the jobs that this site would yield, Vicky Holden cannot go along with the idea, and she publishes /5(5). The National Weather Service is warning of a line of shows and wind gusts that will affect parts of Northeast Ohio Monday afternoon. At p.m., radar indicated showers located along a line.

    But readers will be surprised to find that just when the wind is about to take its collection of odd objects to the depths of the deep blue sea, it suddenly decides to follow a different course — taking curious readers along with it. Praise for The Wind Blew: "Humorous and .   Wind energy opponents who say that producing electricity using the power of the wind is not efficient would do well to take a look at a new graphic published on the Guardian’s data blog using UK Government data.. ‘Up in smoke: how energy efficient is electricity produced in the UK?’ shows that thermal sources of electricity – gas, coal, nuclear, waste/biomass, oil and other – lose.


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