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How Do Wind Turbines Work? [Technology]
posted June 26 2014 15:26.47 by spic0m




In this installment of GE Masterclass, host Baratunde Thurston goes to The Windy City to shoot the breeze with head of sustainable energy, Mike Bowman. Learning that wind turbines use thousands of parts to produce clean electricity, Baratunde becomes a big fan of big fans in reverse. How high in the air do these things really go? Can their movements be coordinated? And is it petted or patted?


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