Wind windwindvideoooo and some talking about wind energy in generalWind. A natural source of electricity-generating energy just waiting to be harnessed. Rushing at speeds of ---km/hr, wind is a viable source of energy for successful economies all over the world.
Image of how wind energy workshttp://www.seattlepi.com/specials/greenpower/details/#http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/6969865.stm
Why is it needed, and why is the world turning to it?http://waleshome.org/2010/11/the-moral-case-for-climate-change-mitigation/http://www.solarenergyfact.org/http://chem-eng-net.com/2011/03/global-small-hydro-power-market-analysis-to-2020-installed-capacity-generation-investment-trends-and-regional-analysis/http://www.eco-friendly-digest.com/eco-friendly-living.htmlPositive things:RenewableCleanLots of wind = lots of energyNegative things:Complaints on health/annoyanceNeed to have backup coalCost??
Imgs of china, brief little tourism type intro the countryFlag: http://mansfield.edu/international/direct-exchanges/china/ City lights:http://globlogization.wikistrat.com/globlogization/tag/developmentLantern festival:http://en.cnci.gov.cn/Culture/CultureDetail.aspx?ID=7896&p=2Olympic smog:http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/worldnews/article-1041684/China-fires-anti-smog-pellets-sky-Beijing---earthquake-hits-province.htmlCurrent restoration:http://en.ndrc.gov.cn/hot/W020060531535882693159.jpg
Photo of coal, maybe a useful pie graph.http://www.chinasmack.com/2009/stories/copenhagen-climate-change-conference-failure-chinese-reactions.htmlhttp://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,310036,00.htmlExplain the situationImg of pie graph... Or should I make one???http://www.energytribune.com/articles.cfm/3328/A-Confucian-Mess-Natural-Gas-Pricing-in-China
Gov’t policies (graphs that show progress, when applicable)all 4, try a zooming effect thing for each one as I talk about itCurrent capacity (graph showing the increase..)talk about how much of technology is imported.. Or that the increase is only recent to have domestic machineryPossibilities for growth as well.. Only mentionThe above relates mostly to onshore.. Offshore is moreso in the futureRural wind projects that are not connected to the grid (img? Big number showing how many? 150 000)
http://www.simple-chinese.com/china-blog/Okay well not yet.. But China could get to this point!http://www.evershinelaundry.com/mailbox-rental
Growth predictionsonshore and offshore..http://venturebeat.com/2009/12/14/the-london-array-can-offshore-wind-power-europe/relate how much energy that actually means in understandable terms
Grid companieshttp://www.e-energymarket.com/nl/nieuws/single-news/article/energy-brings-south-eastern-europe-together.htmlGov’t policies to continue, more be implementedTechnology increases/domesticationSmog: http://www.travelersdigest.com/shanghai_charms_hotel_advisory.htmGov’t money: http://www.navimumbaiproperty.com/PersonalFinance/frmMutualFund.aspx
The future is bright... http://www.studydiscussions.com/job-opportunities-in-green-energy-sector/http://www.blueplanetgreenliving.com/2009/11/30/francis-thicke-on-renewable-energy-resources/