Utilizing Wind Energy as a Natural and Renewable Resource

Wind is produced by the effects of the heating and cooling patterns of Earth’s surface. The Sun is ultimately responsible for climate but we can also harness the wind’s energy as is flows across the land. Wind energy can be collected by wind turbines which spin as wind flows across their blades. This mechanical motion can be transferred into electrical energy and be stored in a battery for later use. The use of large wind farms to generate power doesn’t account for much of the planet’s total energy output, but the field has been growing rapidly the past few years thanks to higher oil prices. Wind turbines have become cheaper to produce and more efficient which also help fuel wind energy’s rapid growth.

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