The sun is getting bigger, and wind farms have become increasingly difficult to build.
And now there’s a new way to get that energy — one that is already producing some impressive wind energy.
That’s the Ollb training program, a collaboration between the California Wind Energy Authority and companies like Siemens and Siemens AG.
OllsWinds.com has partnered with Siemens, which has a contract to provide the solar panels to the training program.
The training program uses a combination of solar panels and wind turbines, and its goal is to develop solar-powered wind farms that can generate enough power to power more than a million homes.
In some cases, it could be more than that, said Mike Cappello, OllwindsWind’s chief operating officer.
OLLsWind will offer one-hour online training classes for people interested in building their own wind farms, or working with Siemers and Siems AG to develop wind farms.
OlliWinds says it has partnered to create an online training program that is open to anyone interested in learning about wind energy technology.
The program also includes training in solar and wind technology, as well as design, construction and maintenance of solar- and wind-powered turbines.
The Ollwings program is a collaboration among the California Energy Commission, the California State Wind Energy Board, Siemens Wind Power and Siemennig.
Siemens said in a statement that it was proud to work with Ollswith the Olliwinds program.
“We look forward to working with Olli and OllWinds to further the solar industry and provide more opportunities for our customers,” said Siemens chief technology officer Jens Schmitz.
OlloWinds’ first solar farm in North Carolina is expected to be operational next year.
Siemen’s agreement with OLLWinds includes a $30 million loan guarantee to help fund the solar farm.
The agreement with Siemen comes after Siemens won a $100 million contract with the state of North Carolina to build and install a $1.8 billion solar-power project.