IEEE Winds of Change 

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IEEE TV has a part series of videos on wind power and it's implication. For a really good overview to the technologies and issues around wind power, these videos are excellent. Each video is around 10

Alternatively you can watch the full documentary (54 minutes) at:

Winds of Change

Offshore Wind Farm



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