Indiana windmill farms
#1 May 13, 2014
Brookston has and hasn't changed a lot in the past 30 or so years. One thing that has definitely changed is the landscape, no longer do my kids look for the water tower coming up over the hill, now it's who can spot the windmills first. What hasn't changed are the wonderful people who live here. We still come to visit my Grandma on holidays or whenever we can make the trip from Pittsburgh. I attended Frontier elementary from 1981-1987, and my parents both graduated from Frontier high school in 1971. I always loved attending the Apple and Popcorn Festival as a child and I now enjoy it with my children when we are home. Brookston has a rich history and awesome food, from all the goodies at Grandma's house to the Top Notch down the street. Everyone is welcoming here, and I still consider it home.
#2 May 20, 2014
It is very big farms in India. They are used Thermochemical cycles characterized by the decomposition and regeneration of reactants present another avenue for hydrogen production.
#3 Aug 6, 2014
Indiana doesn't bother with electrolysis, the wind generators are only used when there is a demand above the Bailey plant production. It's very rare to see more than eight of the generators working at any one time even when there is a brisk wind.
An electro-chemical plant would be positive both to the White County economy and the bottom line of the power plant but it's unlikely to happen.
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