In all the discussions about energy these days, we often forget one major source. This energy source is available literally anywhere on the planet; it doesn’t produce billowing clouds of pollutants like fossil fuels; it doesn’t result in any hazardous radioactive waste; it’s not weather dependent like solar or wind energy. Almost seems too good [...]
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There are many opinions regarding wind power information. According to the online free dictionary, wind power is “power derived from the wind (as by windmills),” while another source stated that it is “the development of the static energy from the wind and conversion of it into a useful type of energy: electrical, thermal, or mechanical” Simply we can say that wind power is the conversion of wind energy into a more applicable form of energy, such as electricity by using wind turbines.