Wind Power

One of the alternatives used against fossil fuels. Wind power is plentiful, renewable, widely distributed, clean without any emission of greenhouse gases. It often uses less land with less water consumption. Air flow through the wind turbines is converted to the electrical energy using the power generators. The energy in the wind turns two or three propeller-like blades around a rotor. The rotor is connected to the main shaft, which spins a generator to create electricity. This form of energy is used for the electricity generations which either uses the warm surface water or boiling the sea water turning it to the turbine further activating the generator. There are no fuel costs, no harmful gases are produced but it may cause noise pollution to the surrounding people. Starting from the ancient times, wind energy has been used for water pumping, drying and grinding. With the advancement in technology, the wind energy generated from the wind turbine can be used for the electricity generation. Wind energy doesn't contaminate the air like power plants that depend on burning of petroleum products, for example, coal or gaseous petrol. Wind turbines don't deliver air discharges that lead to medical issues like asthma or make corrosive rain or nursery gasses.