More news on alternative energy in the United States, this time about wind. Spanish energy concern Iberdrola has completed one of the world’s biggest wind farms in the state of Ohio, which will produce more than 300 megawatts of power. [repostus hash=1d3f24e7a33c04294d4e004f3020c686 title=Iberdrola+builds+huge+wind+farm+in+US host=AFP short=16x7T snip=Spanish+energy+giant+Iberdrola+has+completed+one+of+the+world%27s+biggest+wind+farms+in+the+US+state+of+Ohio%2C+which+will+produce+more+than+300+megawatts+of+power%2C+it+said+on+Monday.+Iberdrola+%22has+completed+construction+of+the+Blue+Creek+wind+farm+in+the+United+States%2C+one+of+the+largest+such+facilities%26hellip%3B thumb=http%3A%2F%2Fimg.1.rp-api.com%2Fthumb%2F993631]
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Since covering the issue of alternative fuels, it’s encouraging to share this recent post from Tina Casey, writing for Clean Technica about a double dose of alternative fuels from the Dutch company, Ecofys. In what might work as a 24/7 option for renewable electricity, the company is combining ocean wind power with seaweed biofuel. Ecofys […]