Annual reports analyzing the wind energy industry show continued rapid growth in wind power installations in 2015, demonstrating market resilience and underscoring the vitality of the U.S. wind energy market on a global scale.
The Pennsylvania State University was awarded the overall first place winner for the second consecutive competition. University of Massachusetts Lowell took home second place honors, while Boise State University placed third.
From medical devices to airplane components, 3-D printing (also called additive manufacturing) is transforming the manufacturing industry. Now, research that supports the Energy Department’s Atmosphere to Electrons initiative is applying 3-D-printing processes to create wind turbine blade molds.
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