Tag: Power of Wind


Power of Wind Contest: Best blog entry

The Road to Infinite Power

By Timothy Edge

As a kid I always dreamed of making a car that would not run on gas, but rather on propellers that would spin and propel the car forward. Of course the resulting speed that would come from such primitive means would not be nearly enough to even compete with the cars on today’s market, but I was not as far off the mark as I thought. (more…)


Power of Wind Contest: Best English language blog

Canada’s Wind

By Audrey Cheung

For the Power of Wind contest I have chosen to create a creative piece as a response to why I think wind energy is important to Canada’s future. (more…)


Power of Wind Contest: Most creative submission

By Tina Chan

The concept I’d like to portray is how wind power opens up opportunities for sustainable energy for future generations, it is innovation, and it is environmentally friendly. (more…)


Power of Wind Blog Contest: First Place Winner

Tomorrow – Spoken Word Poetry By Gautham Krishnaraj I am change, but not the kind of change you find on the streets, no, this is the kind of change that’s harder to see.



Power of Wind Blog Contest: Second Place Winner

Le changement c’est moi Par Laurence Dupuis Même si l’homme tente de séparer les territoires par des tracés ou par des noms, la nature elle, n’a aucune barrière. (more…)


Power of Wind Blog Contest: Third Place Winner

The Power of Wind Blog. By Daniel Bryce We are at a crossroads in history. Now is the time to capture the power of wind like never before. Now is the time to start caring about the future of our world, our climate and standards of living, and wean our selves off of fossil fuels.



2013 Power of Wind Blog Contest – I am change!


To celebrate Global Wind Day, the international annual day for discovering the power of wind, and the growing contribution of wind energy in Canada, CanWEA has launched the second annual Power of Wind Blog Contest. (more…)


Power of Wind: Allyssa Grant

There are few universal feelings across this diverse and complex world. Seven billion people who don’t share the same beliefs, entitlement, rights, and freedoms. (more…)