Domain: awea.org

Overview
Ads (212)
PPC Keywords (199)
Organic Keywords (1,889)
Competitors (706)
Sub-Domains
awea.org  
Statistics
Daily Ad Budget: $1 active PPC Ad Copies: 212  
Total Clicks/Day: 1 PPC Keywords: 199
Average Ad Position: 1.30 PPC Competitors: 0  
Average Cost/Click: $1.00  
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Wind energy works for US - Creates manuf
Wind energy works, supports over
100,000 jobs across all 50 staets.
awea.org/wind-energy-101
Wind energy works for US - Creates manuf
Wind energy works, supports over
100,000 jobs across all 50 staets.
awea.org/wind-energy-101
Wind energy works for US - Creates manuf
Wind energy works, supports over
100,000 jobs across all 50 staets.
awea.org/wind-energy-101
Wind energy works for US - Creates manuf
Wind energy works, supports over
100,000 jobs across all 50 staets.
awea.org/wind-energy-101
Wind energy works for US - Creates manuf
Wind energy works, supports over
100,000 jobs across all 50 staets.
awea.org/wind-energy-101
Wind power is reliable - Helps keep the
Wind supplies over 5% of U.S. electricity
or enough for 24 million homes.
awea.org/baseloadpower
How much does wind power cost?
Wind energy has no fuel cost The price purchasers
pay for wind has dropped by two-thirds over six ye
awea.org
How much does wind power cost?
Wind energy has no fuel cost The price purchasers
pay for wind has dropped by two-thirds over six ye
awea.org
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Organic Overview
Keywords (1,889) Position
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alliantenergykids.com 1,883
eia.doe.gov 95,998
otherpower.com 8,532
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Organic Listing Variations
1.
Green Power - AWEA Fact Sheets - Factors in the Decisionr
Am I Getting What I Pay For? Aggregating Customers to Buy Green Power ... Am I Really Getting Green Power? Will My Electricity Supply be Reliable? ...
2.
Small Wind in Kansas
May 13, 2005 ... Through statutory authority, Kansas allows residential renewable energy facilities of up to 25 kW and commercial facilities of up to 100 kW ...
3.
Small Wind in Kansas
May 13, 2005 ... All renewable energy technologies are eligible for the Kansas Corporation ... The Kansas Renewable Energy Working Group (KREWG) promotes ...
4.
Small Wind in Idaho
Utah Power & Light's net metering tariff was approved by the Idaho Public Utilities Commission on June 20, 2003. Utah Power & Light Company allows net ...
5.
What do I need to know to purchase a residential wind turbine?
A wind turbine is easily retrofitted to virtually any home without the need to change any wiring or appliances. In most cases, the utility will install a ...
6.
What do I need to know to purchase a residential wind turbine?
Will I have to change any of the wiring in my house? No. A wind turbine is easily retrofitted to virtually any home without the need to change any wiring or ...
7.
What do I need to know to purchase a residential wind turbine?
Brief overview on purchasing and operation of a residential wind turbine.
8.
Advice from an Expert - Mick Sagrillo
Mick Sagrillo's knowledgeable and helpful advice columns on small wind systems have appeared in national magazines and in the AWEA Windletter for many years ...
9.
IEC Wind Turbine Standards
IEC 61400-1 Ed2 Wind Turbine Safety and Design Revision ... IEC 61400-13 Mechanical Load Measurements. IEC 61400-22 Wind Turbine Certification ...
10.
Residential-Scale Wind Turbines on Display at U.S. Botanic Garden
Residential-Scale Wind Turbines on Display at U.S. Botanic Garden. Two wind turbines scaled to power individual homes, farms, or businesses are available ...
 
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