Technologyreview.Com: Domain DB Profile

This profile page summarizes all known activity of the domain Technologyreview.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   205
News Count (W/Clustered)   157 (76.59%)
Distinct Stories   143
Blog Count   2 (0.98%)
Tweet Count   45 (21.95%)
Shared Tweet Count   27
Links Tweeted   0
Combined Tone   1.48
Combined Polarization   6.19
Combined Activity   0.55
Combined Personalization   0.55
News Tone   1.77
Blog Tone   -0.38
Tweet Tone   0.54
First Seen   6/13/2009
Last Seen   10/28/2013
News/Social Ratio  76.59%
Attention/Loyalty  127 / 2988 days (4.25%)
Domain Type   News
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Category Breakdown
Articles on this domain fall into the following system categories:

0.63% (1)
1.89% (3)
56.60% (90)
81.13% (129)

Related Countries
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Related People

The following names occur in articles from this domain:

Jeffrey Immelt   5.37% (11)
Robert Bryce   3.41% (7)
David Victor   2.93% (6)
Angela Merkel   2.93% (6)
Kevin Bullis   2.93% (6)

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Related Organizations

The following organizations occur in articles from this domain:

Us Department Of Energy   9.76% (20)
General Electric   7.32% (15)
International Energy Agency   5.37% (11)
Department Of Energy   4.88% (10)
Google   4.39% (9)

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Related Worldwide Cities

The following cities worldwide occur in articles from this domain:

Fukushima, Fukushima, Japan   8.29% (17)
North Sea, Oceans (General), Oceans   6.34% (13)
San Francisco, California, United States   5.85% (12)
Columbia, Washington, United States   5.37% (11)
Phoenix, Arizona, United States   4.39% (9)

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Related Countries
The following countries occur in articles from this domain:
United States   7.80% (124)
China   7.80% (50)
Germany   7.80% (37)
France   7.80% (28)
Japan   7.80% (28)

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Related Global Regions

The following regions worldwide occur in articles from this domain:

Fukushima, Japan   8.29% (17)
Oceans (General), Oceans   6.34% (13)
Berlin, Germany   4.39% (9)
Andalucă­Sp, Spain   2.93% (6)
Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany   2.93% (6)

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Related US States

The following US states occur in articles from this domain:

California, United States   24.88% (51)
New York, United States   9.27% (19)
Massachusetts, United States   9.27% (19)
Washington, United States   8.29% (17)
Colorado, United States   7.80% (16)

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Outlet Location Countries

United States   7.80% (154)



The following Twitterers tweet links from this domain

Fill_Lip   1.46% (3)[Profile]
MollyDugganLLC   1.46% (3)[Profile]
wind_power_home   0.98% (2)[Profile]
jeevis   0.98% (2)[Profile]
DearingGroup   0.49% (1)[Profile]

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Clustered Twitterers

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

Fill_Lip   1.46% (3)[Profile]
MollyDugganLLC   1.46% (3)[Profile]
wind_power_home   0.98% (2)[Profile]
jeevis   0.98% (2)[Profile]
DearingGroup   0.49% (1)[Profile]

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Top News Outlets

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

Technologyreview.Com   69.76% (143)
Ktvb.Com   0.49% (1)
Ethioplanet.Com   0.49% (1)
Wjtv.Com   0.49% (1)
Salon.Com   0.49% (1)

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Top Blogs

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

Technologyreview.Com   0.98% (2)

News Articles

All 157 news articles:


Japan's Floating Wind Turbines Show the Challenges of Renewables | MIT Technology Review

...... be secured to the sea floor, as it done in all big offshore wind farms now, the wind turbines have to float, like deep sea oil platforms. The idea of floating turbines isn't new (see "Wind Power That Floats") but they're expensive. The wind turbines are expected to cost eight times as much as wind turbines built on land. According to the Times , these other challenges might reduce the ......

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Tone: -1.04%
Pol: 6.25%
Act: 25.52%
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Que: 0.00%
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Dont Extend the Wind Production Tax Credit. Fix it. | MIT Technology Review

...... The federal production tax credit, which has driven rapid growth in wind power installations in the United States, is set to expire at the end of the year. Congress should take this opportunity to change the credit system so that it does more to spur innovation. The subject of the tax credit has been in the news lately, and is bound to come up several times between now and the end of the year, ......

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Tone: 2.72%
Pol: 10.35%
Act: 32.43%
Per: 0.54%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

A Startup Uses Fracking to Get at Clean Geothermal Power | MIT Technology Review

...... liquid into underground shale formations to unlock natural gas and oil that's been trapped there, the new technology could unlock heat trapped deep underground. Unlike solar and wind power, that heat would be available around the clock and in all sorts of weather. Geothermal power plants now provide a tiny fraction of the world's energy needsin the U.S., one of the world's biggest ......

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Tone: 2.77%
Pol: 6.32%
Act: 29.05%
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We'll Blow by U.N. Climate-Change Panel's Trillion-Tons Limit | MIT Technology Review

...... solar power are added to the grid, the more utilities need to spend to deal with their intermittency (see "Wind Turbines, Battery Included, Can Keep Power Supplies Stable"). In one sense, wind power isn't really zero emissions, since it typically requires backup from natural gas power plants. To make matters even more difficult, changes would have to be made not only in the power sector, but ......

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Tone: 0.65%
Pol: 5.84%
Act: 23.82%
Per: 1.30%
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Fracking Might Be in Britain's Future | MIT Technology Review

...... ambitious targets are well beyond what renewable energy alone can deliver, however. Britain's solar potential pales in comparison to even Germany's lackluster supply of sunlight, leaving wind powerprincipally from offshore farmsto carry the burden. "Do we actually have the industrial capacity to deliver 50-plus gigawatts of offshore wind within the next decade or two?" says Day. "That would be ......

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Tone: 1.11%
Pol: 7.26%
Act: 22.14%
Per: 0.62%
Que: 2.27%
Exc: 0.00%

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Blog Posts

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John Dabiri | Innovators Under 35 | MIT Technology Review

...... to try to understand how animals move in their natural environments. While researching the swimming patterns of fish, he recently came to a surprising insight: the way we're thinking about wind powerspecifically, the design of wind farmsis wrong. Conventional wind farms are designed to minimize the turbulence caused by interactions between turbines. That creates an obvious problem, says Dabiri: ......

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Pol: 4.67%
Act: 28.00%
Per: 2.67%
Que: 11.11%
Exc: 0.00%

Does the Wind Production Tax Credit Matter? - Technology Review

...... The fast-growing but still relatively tiny U.S. wind industry is in danger of suddenly spinning to a halt. Its fate will largely depend on whether or not a large federal subsidy for wind power producers, set to expire this year, is renewed. And whether or not the so-called renewable electricity production tax credit (PTC) is extended appears to depend on the outcome of the presidential election. ......

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Tone: -0.54%
Pol: 8.64%
Act: 24.61%
Per: 2.51%
Que: 8.23%
Exc: 0.87%


All 45 tweets:
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...Brazen! RT @stuartkaplow: GE's CEO says wind power doesn't need govt help and orders increase in production of turbines.

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Act: 22.22%
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Exc: 50.00%


...Compressed-Air System Could Aid Wind Power - Technology Review: via @robertopazziusa #Wind_Power...

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Tone: 5.88%
Pol: 5.88%
Act: 47.06%
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...Compressed-Air System Could Aid Wind Power - Technology Review

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Tone: 7.69%
Pol: 7.69%
Act: 53.85%
Per: 0.00%
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...Compressed-Air System Could Aid Wind Power - Technology Review: A startup says its compressed-air technology cou...

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Tone: 4.76%
Pol: 4.76%
Act: 38.10%
Per: 0.00%
Que: 0.00%
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...Compressed-Air System Could Aid Wind Power - Technology Review: A startup says its compressed-air technology cou...

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