10 Apr '11, 1pm

On a Tiny Museum's Roof, Paris Tests the Limits of Urban Wind Power @OriginOil

It's good to see that Paris is willing to plunk down the cash (15,000€, or $21,600 for each of the original turbines) and the time (years) required to properly find out how wind power can be effectively used to power the City. Long-term dedication is necessary if France is going to develop alternative energy sources; public opinion has swung some against nuclear power lately. So now, a new long-term study begins, inching Paris closer to the day when all of its roofs will be graced by windmills. At the worst, they'll know it's not possible.

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