A digital twin refers to a digital replica of process, system, or physical asset. For turbine manufacturers and wind-farm operators, a twin can simulate component wear and predict overall turbine health for better O&M strategies and ROI expectations.

How digital twins are transforming wind operations

An echolocating bat in flight. (Image courtesy of Bruce Taubert)

A Safe Space for Bats: New technology reduces bat take at wind farms

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Can wind power improve business resiliency?

AWEA's annual market report shows a healthy wind industry delivered record U.S. jobs, $1 billion in rural community and state payments last year.

U.S. wind power grew 8% in 2018 amid record demand

Powering the future together at WINDPOWER 2019

WInd and wildlife

New industry initiative to invest in wind-wildlife solutions

What’s new in wind-turbine blade manufacturing

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New study finds people prefer wind turbines as neighbors over other energy sources

How three battery types work in grid-scale energy storage systems