The Ottawa-based Canadian Wind Energy Association has launched a new website at WindFacts.ca. The site offers a collection of information about wind energy, along with a variety of social media tools. The site addresses topics such as the mechanics of wind, along with the health, community, affordability, environmental and wildlife impact of wind power. Visitors can also submit questions about wind energy to be answered by the site. "Wind energy enjoys high public support from coast to coast, but it's natural for Canadians to have questions about how various forms of energy may impact their consumer bill, the environment, and what sort of benefits it can deliver to local communities," said Chris Forrest, vice-president of communications and public affairs at the association. "Renewable energy sources work together to generate reliable power without polluting our air or contaminating our water, and can deliver significant economic benefits at a very local level. We look forward to continuing the clean energy dialogue with Canadians."