Inter-Wind Farm Wake Effects: Legal Solutions to the Commons Problem

A recent paper published in Nature Energy suggests the need for a more considered approach to regulating wind energy, especially in states like Texas, Oklahoma, and Iowa that have seen large investments in wind farms in recent years. The Growth of Wind Energy Wind turbines are designed to harvest the kinetic energy from wind and convert it into mechanical power that can be stored and sold to the power grid. Instead of using electricity to move Continue Reading →