Wind energy does not need to be imported. Wind turbines installed around the world replace expensive, unreliable and polluting fossil fuel imports, as well as bringing jobs and cleaner air.

Mid-June represents the moment each year when Europe has used up its own energy and must switch to energy imports.

This is why the annual day for discovering wind energy – Global Wind Day, 15 June – will in 2014 focus on energy independence around the world and how wind energy can help.

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Here’s a cute video from Australia. “Things are going to change around here!”

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Global Wind Day was celebrated in Iran for the first time. Iranian Energy Association together with MAHAK Society did an amazing job organising..

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Check out this fun video called “The Case for Wind” produced by LM Wind Power https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=adTX84qlO6U&feature=youtu.be

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Estonian Wind Power Association turned one of the country’s wind turbines into art for this year’s Global Wind Day http://www.tuuleenergia.ee/en/2014/06/estonian-first-ever-wind-turbine-painting-was-finished-for-celebration-of-global-wind-day/

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Sawea highlights industry’s community upliftment contribution ahead of Global Wind Day http://m.engineeringnews.co.za/article/sawea-highlights-industrys-community-upliftment-contribution-ahead-of-global-wind-day-2014-06-12

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