Solarpoweradelaide.Net: Domain DB Profile

This profile page summarizes all known activity of the domain Solarpoweradelaide.Net 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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All Media Count   44
News Count (W/Clustered)   5 (11.36%)
Distinct Stories   5
Blog Count   38 (86.36%)
Tweet Count   0 (0.00%)
Shared Tweet Count   0
Links Tweeted   0
Combined Tone   2.74
Combined Polarization   5.83
Combined Activity   0.98
Combined Personalization   0.98
News Tone   1.16
Blog Tone   2.95
Tweet Tone   0
First Seen   8/19/2011
Last Seen   9/26/2011
News/Social Ratio  11.36%
Attention/Loyalty  27 / 2954 days (0.91%)
Domain Type   Blog
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Related People

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Van Zant   9.09% (4)
J Peter Lynch   6.82% (3)
Kjell Aleklett   2.27% (1)
Santa Clarita   2.27% (1)
Albert Schweitzer   2.27% (1)

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Hydrogen Production   9.09% (4)
Energy Efficiency Stocks   9.09% (4)
Wind Energy Stocks   9.09% (4)
Energy Funds   9.09% (4)
Renewable Energy   6.82% (3)

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Washington, District Of Columbia, United States   11.36% (5)
North Sea, Oceans (General), Oceans   6.82% (3)
Shanghai, Shanghai, China   4.55% (2)
San Francisco, California, United States   4.55% (2)
Atlantic Ocean, Oc,    4.55% (2)

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United States   2.27% (2)
China   2.27% (2)
Norway   2.27% (1)
Australia   2.27% (1)
Georgia   2.27% (1)

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Rogaland, Norway   2.27% (1)

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Georgia, United States   2.27% (1)
Massachusetts, United States   2.27% (1)
New York, United States   2.27% (1)

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Top News Outlets

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Solarpoweradelaide.Net   11.36% (5)

Top Blogs

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Solarpoweradelaide.Net   86.36% (38)

News Articles

All 5 news articles:


A Gust Of <b>Wind Power</b> | Solar Power Adelaide - Buy Solar Panels for <b>...</b>

...... Wind power is much in the news this week. Besides the announcements of the giant offshore wind farm planned for the UK, the Guardian has a report on an island offshore Norway that depends almost entirely on wind for their electricity supply (via Energy Bulletin). On the remote Norwegian island of Utsira stands a small hydrogen plant with two wind turbines gracefully rotating in the sky. "In 50 ......

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Tone: 1.44%
Pol: 4.90%
Act: 24.50%
Per: 0.29%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 5.88%

Spain to Triple <b>Wind Power</b> by 2010 | Solar Power Adelaide - Buy <b>...</b>

...... (as is becoming the habit of their colleagues throughout the world) have re-announced this impressive target. Currently Spain produces approximately 10% of its electricity using wind power. ......

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Pol: 4.88%
Act: 24.39%
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Making the case for <b>wind power</b> | Solar Power Adelaide - Buy Solar <b>...</b>

...... Jerome has a post at TOD Europe pointing out that wind power is a substantial and fast growing component of our energy supply contrary to some of the myths being produced by the nuclear power lobby Making the case for wind, again. I must admit that I have been a bit nonplussed to see that the peak oil community seems to share the oil industry's dismissal of wind power as irrelevant and ......

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Tone: 1.22%
Pol: 9.76%
Act: 29.47%
Per: 0.81%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

has been celebrities against <b>wind power</b> | Solar Power Adelaide <b>...</b>

...... Noel Edmonds once the face of Saturday night TV in England Wind power is in my opinion THE best renewable energy source at the moment. It's cost competitive with fossil fuels used to generate electricity, it's a proven technology and it's scalable. Solar power in comparison (which can also make a valuable contribution) is currently significantly more expensive than fossil fuel electricity ......

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Tone: -1.01%
Pol: 6.06%
Act: 25.76%
Per: 0.51%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

<b>Wind Power</b> USA: First Offshore <b>Wind Farm</b> in the United States To <b>...</b>

...... Southern Company and the Georgia Institute of Technology announced today that they will collaborate on the Southeast's first offshore wind power project off the coast of Savannah, Georgia. In their press release the Southern Company have stated that the goal of the project is to determine if offshore wind power is a feasible and efficient renewable energy option for power generation. The ......

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Tone: 4.17%
Pol: 5.83%
Act: 26.67%
Per: 1.04%
Que: 0.00%
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Blog Posts

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Alternate Energy Pakistan: US $875m <b>Windpower</b> Project to Provide <b>...</b>

...... A new US$875 million wind power project will provide 30 percent of Karachi's power needs, a state government official has said. Speaking at the inauguration of the Gharo project, adviser to Sindh Chief Minister for Environment and Alternate Energy, Noman Saigol, said it was the first alternate energy project for Sindh. Sixteen companies from the US, Japan and China are taking part in the ......

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Tone: 1.90%
Pol: 1.90%
Act: 27.62%
Per: 1.90%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

Waiting For The Lights To Go Out | Solar <b>Power</b> Adelaide - Buy Solar <b>...</b>

...... to the coming oil crisis, can we reduce the worst effects? Can we steer ourselves towards the Cuban ideal? If so, how? Well, let me tell you what I did. First I switched exclusively to wind power as the source of my domestic electricity, through a company called Ecotricity, which promises the price will not differ significantly from what I paid before. Then I got a man round to give us a ......

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Tone: 0.82%
Pol: 9.42%
Act: 25.06%
Per: 1.77%
Que: 7.89%
Exc: 0.00%

<b>wind energy</b> global growth | Solar Power Adelaide - Buy Solar <b>...</b>

...... markets dominate the global wind energy industry accounts for 87.29% of global wind energy installation. Rising energy demand & environment challenges remains the major driving forces for wind power. Regional spread section covers the regional markets for wind power. In which European market remains the leader in global level but now it is growing at low rate as compare to rapid growth in Asian ......

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Tone: 4.90%
Pol: 6.29%
Act: 22.38%
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Exc: 0.00%

Spain's windfarms set new national record for electricity generation <b>...</b>

...... demand a new record in a country that boasts the world's third largest array of wind turbines, after the United States and Germany. For more than five hours on Sunday morning output from wind power was providing more than half of the electricity being used. At their peak, wind farms were generating 11.5 gigawatts, or two-thirds of their theoretical maximum capacity of almost 18GW. The new ......

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Tone: 3.07%
Pol: 6.13%
Act: 21.47%
Per: 0.61%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

<b>Wind Power</b> in Australia | Solar Power Adelaide - Buy Solar Panels <b>...</b>

...... WorldChanging has reported that the Global Wind Energy Council released figures showing that wind power added 7,976 megawatts to global power production in 2004, bringing the total to 47,317 megawatts just over 47 gigawatts of wind power, worldwide. Germany ranks first in national wind capacity, at 16.6 GW, Spain second at 8.3 GW, and the US third at 6.7 GW. 72 percent of new wind ......

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Tone: 1.75%
Pol: 4.08%
Act: 21.57%
Per: 1.17%
Que: 0.00%
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