Day two of WINDPOWER 2013 gave a glimpse of the future of wind. Speakers in the general sessions spoke strongly about their beliefs that the third and fourth quarters would bring growth throughout the industry this year. It also confirmed the need for increased efficiency through advanced technology and innovation. Here are a few things I picked up on Day two.
A newcomer, Aeros, presents a different way to transport wind turbines to project sites. The company says the Aeroscraft’s capabilities will reduce the need for constructing roads and ports, resulting in reduced transportation and logistics costs.
Also, check out Assistant Editor Steven Bushong’s photoblog.
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