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Economist.Com: Domain DB Profile

This profile page summarizes all known activity of the domain Economist.Com related to Wind Power. This domain may have published content supporting this topic, against it, or in a separate context: this biographical entry simply demarks this domain as having published content suggesting contextual association with Wind Power.


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At-A-Glance Vitals

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All Media Count   155
News Count (W/Clustered)   93 (60.00%)
Distinct Stories   92
Blog Count   0 (0.00%)
Tweet Count   61 (39.35%)
Shared Tweet Count   10
Links Tweeted   0
Combined Tone   0.39
Combined Polarization   5.29
Combined Activity   0.38
Combined Personalization   0.38
News Tone   0.82
Blog Tone   0
Tweet Tone   -0.26
First Seen   10/5/2009
Last Seen   11/28/2013
News/Social Ratio  60.00%
Attention/Loyalty  81 / 2927 days (2.77%)
Domain Type   News
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Articles on this domain fall into the following system categories:

Activism
4.30% (4)
Documentaries/Movies
2.15% (2)
Legislation
76.34% (71)
Project
81.72% (76)


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Related People

The following names occur in articles from this domain:

Barack Obama   9.68% (15)
Al Gore   3.87% (6)
Lawrence Berkeley   3.23% (5)
Karl Gawell   3.23% (5)
Subir Sanyal   3.23% (5)

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Related Organizations

The following organizations occur in articles from this domain:

Department Of Energy   9.68% (15)
Environmental Protection Agency   7.74% (12)
Google   6.45% (10)
European Union   5.16% (8)
Massachusetts Institute Of Technology   5.16% (8)

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RELATED GEOGRAPHIC FEATURES


Related Worldwide Cities

The following cities worldwide occur in articles from this domain:

Boston, Massachusetts, United States   5.81% (9)
Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan   5.16% (8)
Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan   3.87% (6)
Washington, District Of Columbia, United States   3.87% (6)
Fenton Hill, New Mexico, United States   3.23% (5)

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Related Countries
The following countries occur in articles from this domain:
United States   5.81% (70)
Germany   5.81% (45)
China   5.81% (38)
United Kingdom   5.81% (36)
Japan   5.81% (30)

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Related Global Regions

The following regions worldwide occur in articles from this domain:

United Kingdom (General), United Kingdom   5.81% (9)
Tokyo, Japan   5.16% (8)
Oceans (General), Oceans   4.52% (7)
Kyoto, Japan   3.87% (6)
Italy (General), Italy   3.23% (5)

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Related US States

The following US states occur in articles from this domain:

California, United States   14.19% (22)
Texas, United States   9.68% (15)
Massachusetts, United States   9.03% (14)
New Mexico, United States   7.74% (12)
Oregon, United States   5.81% (9)

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Outlet Location Countries

Scotland   5.81% (92)
Canada   5.81% (1)




TWITTER


Twitterers

The following Twitterers tweet links from this domain

GarryGreenLA   2.58% (4)[Profile]
JurijKobal   0.65% (1)[Profile]
leoulhoapai   0.65% (1)[Profile]
Big_Norm   0.65% (1)[Profile]
larabeee   0.65% (1)[Profile]

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Clustered Twitterers

The following Twitterers tend to tweet copies of the same story from other domains:

GarryGreenLA   2.58% (4)[Profile]
JurijKobal   0.65% (1)[Profile]
leoulhoapai   0.65% (1)[Profile]
Big_Norm   0.65% (1)[Profile]
larabeee   0.65% (1)[Profile]

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Top News Outlets

Articles from this domain tend to be republished by the following news outlets:

Economist.Com   59.35% (92)
Winnipegfreepress.Com   0.65% (1)

Top Blogs

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News Articles

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The paper industry and climate change: Roll on the green revolution | The Economist

...... TECHNOLOGY and greenery don't mix well. Some greens are technophobes. Most environmental policies focus on prices, consumption and subsidies to solar and wind power, which are not at the cutting edge. The list of technological breakthroughs is short. One of the most promising is carbon capture and storage, which neutralises emissions of carbon dioxide from burning fossil fuels. A big project ......

(746 words by economist.com)
(11/28/2013)
Legislation
Project
Tone: 1.05%
Pol: 5.75%
Act: 24.05%
Per: 0.52%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

European utilities: How to lose half a trillion euros | The Economist

...... overloading. The trouble is that power plants using nuclear fuel or brown coal are designed to run full blast and cannot easily reduce production, whereas the extra energy from solar and wind power is free. So the burden of adjustment fell on gas-fired and hard-coal power plants, whose output plummeted to only about 10% of capacity. These events were a microcosm of the changes affecting ......

(2760 words by economist.com)
(10/14/2013)
Legislation
Project
Tone: 0.03%
Pol: 7.67%
Act: 24.30%
Per: 0.38%
Que: 1.20%
Exc: 0.00%

Electricity in Japan: Power struggle | The Economist

...... in a crowded, mountainous country to put all the needed solar panels and wind turbines? Paul Scalise of Tokyo University says that a square metre (10.8 square feet) of land devoted to wind power generates just two watts of power. For solar power, the equivalent area generates 20W. Nuclear power generates about 1,000W a square metre. For a long time to come, therefore, Japan will turn to ......

(1077 words by economist.com)
(09/19/2013)
Legislation
Project
Tone: 0.00%
Pol: 7.23%
Act: 23.28%
Per: 0.00%
Que: 1.75%
Exc: 0.00%

Electricity forecasts: Tilting towards windmills | The Economist

...... farms to forecast output accuratelyor indeed to work out where best to erect turbines in the first place. The ability to predict where wind will blow and how hard is therefore crucial if wind power is to live up to its boosters' hopes. IBM's system increases this all-important predictability using a handful of sophisticated technologies. Clever sensors mounted on individual turbines gauge ......

(490 words by economist.com)
(08/16/2013)
Project
Tone: 3.88%
Pol: 7.77%
Act: 21.75%
Per: 0.00%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

Science and technology: Sunny uplands | The Economist

...... power will start to be seen as normal. Wind farms already provide 2% of the world's electricity, and their capacity is doubling every three years. If that growth rate is maintained, wind power will overtake nuclear's contribution to the world's energy accounts in about a decade. Though it still has its opponents, wind is thus already a grown-up technology. But it is in the field of solar ......

(818 words by economist.com)
(07/10/2013)
Legislation
Project
Tone: -1.49%
Pol: 7.23%
Act: 28.13%
Per: 0.00%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%


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Blog Posts

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Tweets

All 61 tweets:
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Bigshort08

...風力、今後もあまり期待できそうもありませんね。。。 Wind power: The Difference Engine: Tilting at turbines | The Economist http://t.co/vZXhU6W @fifa5963...

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Tone: 0.00%
Pol: 0.00%
Act: 18.75%
Per: 0.00%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

ArqErickBlanco

...Wind power: The Difference Engine: Tilting at turbines | The Economist http://t.co/p8E1w31 va @theeconomist...

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Pol: 0.00%
Act: 17.65%
Per: 0.00%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

madkentdragon

...RT @tweetminster: "China overtook America as the world leader in wind power in 2010" http://econ.st/fShonm - The Economist...

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Tone: -5.00%
Pol: 5.00%
Act: 20.00%
Per: 0.00%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

HermandeRoos

...RT @Al_Terna: Daily chart: Alternative energy: CHINA overtook America as the world leader in wind power in 2010, according to ... http://bit.ly/gpkk86...

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Tone: -4.00%
Pol: 4.00%
Act: 20.00%
Per: 0.00%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

GoodBerger

...Counter-intuitively less wind power was installed globally in 10 than 09. Check out @TheEconomist daily chart http://econ.st/fFzdHY #energy...

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Pol: 0.00%
Act: 40.91%
Per: 0.00%
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Exc: 0.00%


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