WindTronics is one of many wind companies trying to crack into the clean energy industry. Can it make wind power affordable and revitalize manufacturing at the same time?
WindTronics says its $4,500 Honeywell Wind Turbine will generate electricity starting with 2-mile-per-hour wind, addressing one of the biggest barriers in small wind.
Southwest Windpower unveils small wind turbine with claim of 7,400 kilowatt-hours of electricity per year under 12 mph average conditions.
Army will test WindTamer's small wind turbine for charging communications equipment. Company is one of a handful seeking alternatives to traditional three-blade design.
Massachusetts stiffens the requirements for its small-wind rebate program, a sign that people, aided by online tools, can better choose locations for home turbines.