People have used the power of wind for thousands of years. Wind has moved boats along the Nile River, pumped water and milled grain, supported food production and much more. Today, the kinetic energy and power of natural air flows called wind are harnessed at massive scale to create electricity. A single, modern-day offshore wind turbine can generate more than 8 megawatts of energy, enough to cleanly power nearly six homes for a year. Onshore wind farms generate hundreds of megawatts, making wind energy one of the most cost-effective, clean and readily available energy sources on the planet.
Types of Wind Energy
-Tuesday, October 12, 2021
The wind is a renewable energy source caused by uneven heating on the earth's surfaces by the sun. Wind power refers to converting the kinetic energy of wind into electricity. It is a kind of clean and pollution-free renewable energy, has been used by people in the early time, mainly through the windmill to pump water, grinding surface and so on. Using wind power to generate electricity is environmentally friendly, and the wind energy accumulation is huge.