Cool Wind Energy Ontario images
Some cool wind energy ontario images:
What’s New With Wind?
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Ogilvy Renault presents Cleantech in Canada Breakfast Seminar – What’s New With Wind? Humans have been using windmills since the 8th century AD. As the ‘elder brother’ of renewable energy, wind power is seen as stable, reliable and maybe just a little bit dull. We have assembled an expert panel to find out just how wrong that perception is. Hear about: new technologies that are transforming the wind business challenges and opportunities in building and operating wind energy facilities the impact that Ontario’s new FIT program has on wind power in Ontario and around the world how large global manufacturers view the Canadian wind industry. Industry experts will share their thoughts on key emerging opportunities for cleantech entrepreneurs, investors and government.This seminar series is offered in partnership by industry leaders Deloitte and Ogilvy Renault.
Wind Turbine – CNE Grounds, Toronto
Image by Gemma Grace
Although perhaps not evident here, this 750-kilowatt wind turbine, erected in 1992, is 30-stories tall (1/7th the height of Toronto’s famed CN Tower). With 24-metre-long blades at 27 revolutions per minute it can generate enough power to supply 250 average homes.