A recent news item suggested that the drive towards wind power is, for want of a better expression, running out of puff.
January 23, 2013 - A recent news item suggested that the drive towards wind power is, for want of a better expression, running out of puff. However, as you can see on http://www.windpowerforhomezone.com/, there is no need to take this news item as gospel. It is certainly true that there is a significant issue happening that may have a negative effect on people opting for wind power, but it certainly doesn't mean that the industry will now stop existing altogether.
So what is the problem? Essentially, the Department of Commerce has curtailed the import of incredibly cheap wind towers produced in China. These wind towers were as much as 70.63% cheaper than those made right here in our country and a stop was put on this. What has happened as a consequence is that the Department of Commerce has now raised the deposit rates that are used as surety for the towers. However, this does not, by any means, suggest that wind power is now a dead industry that we should all move away from.
Take a look at http://www.windpowerforhomezone.com/category/residential-wind-turbine to see what sort of options are still available. You will quickly notice that you are not obliged to purchase wind turbines at all, least of all from China. Sure, these wind turbines may have been incredibly cheap, but those days are now over. However, you can still get wind turbines, usually of much better quality, from manufacturers in this country. Besides this, you have the option to build your own wind turbines, or parts thereof, yourself. Clearly, the news item did not take into consideration the fact that companies like Wind Power for Home are still pushing towards making the world a greener, better place to live in. You can be a part of this too and make your own contribution towards reducing your carbon footprint and using sustainable technology to power your home.
If you are interested in wind power or any other type of renewable technology, take the time to visit the Wind Power For Home website today. You can also contact them through their easy to use web form, after which someone will contact you and answer any questions you may have as soon as possible. The site is also full of fantastic free resources, including the 30 meter wind resource map by state. Besides this, you can also access the free infographic to help you get a better idea of what is what in terms of wind energy.
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