Solar Energy With a Side of Wind

Throughout the U.S., the sun shines the brightest and longest during the summer months, when the wind speeds are lowest. During the winter, the winds are more intense and sunlight is less available. Because peak operating times are different for these methods of alternative energy, combining the two systems can help generate a steady source of powe

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