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The technology could make it cheaper to use wind and solar power and to switch to natural gas from coal.
Department of Energy funds companies developing superconducting, “gearless” turbines.
A new type of wind-turbine platform can be placed much farther from shore.
Approval of Cape Wind could signal a boon in offshore wind projects.
Both Siemens and GE bet on direct-drive generators.
The company plans to develop products in China, for China.
Breezy tidal flats offer green power on the doorstep of China’s bustling seaboard.
The money has helped the solar and wind industries, but hasn’t created many manufacturing jobs.
A superstation for connecting three independent grids could help solar and wind power.