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Wind and Wildlife Interactions: A World-Wide Solution Cannot Be "One Size Fits All"

Research shows what's happening at individual wind energy sites

October 2017

International group researches adaptive management to reduce wind energy and wildlife interactions. Adaptive management has the potential to reduce scientific uncertainty and improve policies and practices for future wind development. It may also advance the wind energy industry while simultaneously reducing environmental effects.

ThermalTracker: The Secret Lives of Bats and Birds Revealed

Open-source software can help accelerate widespread deployment of offshore wind

May 2017

Offshore wind developers and stakeholders can accelerate the sustainable, widespread deployment of offshore wind using a new open-source software program called ThermalTracker. Researchers can now collect the data they need to better understand the potential effects of offshore wind turbines on bird and bat populations.

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