Learning to Love the Wind

To meet ambitious renewable energy goals, Amsterdam must convince residents to accept wind turbines.

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Warren Webber
Warren Webberabout a year ago

Live long and prosper

Eternal Gardener
Eternal Gardener3 years ago


Debbie Crowe
Debbie Crowe3 years ago

We don't have them here in Indiana where we live yet, but I've heard the Wind Turbines do a great job.

New G.
New G.3 years ago

Thank you.

Brenda Towers
Brenda Towers3 years ago

The hills around our neighbourhood have turbines on them.

KS Goh
KS Goh3 years ago

Thanks for the article.

Michael C.
Michael C.3 years ago

Kristina C, Good news for you. There has been many recent advances in blade design, to which they are addressing the NOISE FACTOR. Yes, it can be quite LOUD. Sorry about that.

I will bore you with the details, oh, what the hell, it lies in an area of design somewhat like the air brake of an aircraft. Angle and pitch also come into play. Sleep well, hope and discovery is on its way.

Kristina C.
Kristina C.3 years ago

Wind turbines are a great way of 'natural' energy - but they are very very loud, even when they are barely moving you can hear them.
I find the sound of wind calming - let's hope they will as well.

Lynn C.
Lynn C.3 years ago


Gloria Morotti
Gloria Morotti3 years ago

I agree. Turbines are better than the alternative.