NREL – National Renewable Energy Laboratories The National Renewable Energy Laboratory of the United States of America.
- NREL is the National renewable energy laboratory of the United States of America. This site has More Wind Energy Information than many of us can imagine… They look at Small Wind Turbines as well as large scale Wind Turbines, have an entire wind and water program newsletters, calculators if you can find them and more. It is definitely a government site. Wordy and challenging to get around. At the same time, it is a huge amount of wind energy information for the wind industry.
Renewable Resource Data Center – an extensive collection of Renewable Energy Resource data, maps, and tools.
DOE solar These are some great Renewable Energy Resources put out by the U.S. Dept of Energy.
- This Site Has Everything from an introduction to Solar Electricity and basics to Databases and incentives for individual states.
Energy Savers: Small Wind Electric Systems are ONE of the most cost-effective home-based Renewable Energy Systems.
- EnergySavers helps you determine if a Small Wind Electric System is right for you. It’s all about Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy.
Consumer Guide for Wind Electric Systems – Put out by the US Government to help promote Wind Power in America