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    Renewable wind power Renewable wind power Presentation Transcript

    • Renewable Wind Power Made by Tim, Josh, Aramis, Ashley
    • Advantages
      • The wind is free, farms do not need any fuel.
      • Wind produces no waste or greenhouse gases. It doesn’t pollute.
      • The land underneath the Wind Generator can still be used for farming.
      • Wind farms is an excellent method of providing energy to remote areas.
    • Where are Turbines?
      • -The best places for wind turbines are in Coastal areas, on round hills, in open plains.
      • -Wind turbines rely on wind to spin them round and round.
      • -The wind is stronger at the top of the turbine so farmers can still plow or grow plants or other thing they need
    • Disadvantages
      • Wind turbines are major hazards to birds , the birds could get stuck in the blades and get sliced up just like the bird below. All kinds of birds will be killed Including endangered birds.
      • Relative prices tell us that wind power is more scarce than fossil fuel for electricity generation ,natural gas, and state of the art facilities.
    • How Things Work
      • The sun heats our atmosphere unevenly. Because of this, some patches become warmer than others.
      • The air patches rise, other air blows in to replace them-we feel the