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    • By:Isaac Marcos PuñalLaura Pérez QuirogaLuis Fernando de Paz LópVanessa Rojas Sobrino
    •  Eolian energy is the energy which is produced by the wind. Wind potency is based on three things: -the area to the wind passed. -Density of the air. -Wind’s velocity
    •  Theyare actually windmills Theyallow a best capacity of the wind. Types: There are two types of windmills: - Wind turbines - Aero-engines
    • Examples of winturbines:-Horizontal axis: -Vertical axis:
    •  Autonomous form: A person install windmills for it own benefit. Centralited form: People install a lot of windmills inside an area. These groups of windmills are called eolian parks.
    • Eolian park:
    •  First windmills were made in France and England in the 17 century. First windmills were made of wood, people had to take them around to produce energy. This types of windmills are still in countries such as in Holland.
    •  Eolian energy in Spain is a source of renewable energy In2007, Spain produced 20% of global eolian source.
    •  Wind is free. Eolian parks produces jobs to the people. Their construction is not expensive and difficult. It reduces the dependence to fosil combustibles.
    •  Eolian parks are dangerous to birds. They produce pollution. Windmills produce interferences for radios, TV, etc. There is not always wind.