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Archer, Cristina L. and Mark Z. Jacobson. 2005. "Evaluation of Global Wind Power." Journal of Geophysical Research 110:D12110. [PDF]

Ashok, S. 2007. "Optimised model for community-based hybrid energy system." Renewable Energy 32:1155-1164. [PDF

AWEA. 2013. "Annual Wind Industry Report, Year Ending 2013 - Executive Summary." American Wind Energy Association, Washington, D.C. [PDF]

Brown, Lester R. 2004. "The Short Path to Oil Independence: Gas-Electric Hybrids and Wind Power Offer Winning Combination." Eco-Economy Update, 13 October, Earth Policy Institute, Washington, D.C.

Cleveland, Cutler J., Ida Kubiszewski, Peter K. Endres, and Peter Saundry. 2007. "Energy Return on Investment (EROI) for Wind Energy." In Cutler J. Cleveland (ed.) Encyclopedia of Earth. Environmental Information Coalition, National Council for Science and the Environment, Washington, D.C. [First published in the Encyclopedia of Earth June 7, 2007; Last revised Date September 10, 2011; Retrieved February 25, 2013.

Delucchi Mark A. and Mark Z. Jacobson. 2010. "Providing all Global Energy with Wind, Water, and Solar Power, Part II: Reliability, System and Transmission Costs, and Policies." Energy Policy 31 December.  [abstract]  [PDF]  [part 1 (PDF) [related article by authors]  [news story by National Geographic]  [related news story[Jacobson debates nuclear vs. renewable energy with Stewart Brand on TED Talks]

Devine-Wright, Patrick. 2005. "Beyond NIMBYism: Towards an Integrated Framework for Understanding Public Perceptions of Wind Energy." Wind Energy 8(2):125-139. [abstract]

Jacobson, Mark Z. and Mark A. Delucchi. 2010. "Providing all Global Energy with Wind, Water, and Solar Power, Part I: Technologies, Energy Resources, Quantities and Areas of Infrastructure, and Materials." Energy Policy 30 December. [PDF] [part 2 (PDF) [related article by authors]  [news story in National Geographic]  [related news story[Jacobson debates nuclear vs. renewable energy with Stewart Brand on TED Talks]

Lu, Xi, Michael B. McElroy, and Juha Kiviluoma. 2009. "Global Potential for Wind-generated Electricity." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106(27):10933-10938. [PDF] [news story]  

Pimentel, David (ed.). 2008. Biofuels, Solar and Wind as Renewable Energy Systems: Benefits and Risks. Springer, Dordrecht. [PDF]

Rolland, Simon and Baiba Auzane. 2012. "The potential of small and medium wind energy in developing countries. A guide for energy sector decision-makers." Position Paper #2012, Alliance for Rural Electrification, Brussels. [PDF

Rosenthal, Elisabeth. 2010. "Ancient Italian Town Has Wind at Its Back. With renewable power, Tocco da Casauria, in central Italy, produces more electricity than it uses, making money off the surplus." New York Times 28 September.   

Saadatian, Omidreza, Lim Chin Haw, K. Sopian, and M.Y. Sulaiman. 2012. "Review of windcatcher technologies." Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 16:1477-1495. [PDF

Schalit, Naomi. 2010. "Some on wind-power task force question goals they set." Bangor Daily News 10 August.  

Schwartzman, David and Peter Schwartzman. 2013. "A Rapid Solar Transition is not only Possible, it is Imperative!" African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development 5(4):297-302. [PDF]

Steeves, Heather. 2010. "Grievances Aired over Wind Turbines on Vinalhaven." Bangor Daily News 21 August.

USDOE. 2007. Small Wind Electric Systems. A Maine Consumer’s Guide. U.S. Department of Energy and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Washington, D.C. [PDF]

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