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Student-prepared [presentation on wind power by Hoodo and Ayann

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  • 1. What is a wind power? ü The wind is a renewable energy source. Wind turbines can convert its kinetic energy into electricity. ü How does it works? Most wind turbines starts operating at speed of 4 to 5m per second and reach maximum power at about 15n metres per second. By Hodo and Ayaan Wind Power
  • 2. Advantages: Disadvantages: v It’s free v No greenhouse gases v Interesting feature v Renewable energy v It’s noisy v  The strength of the wind is not constant and it varies from zero to storm force. v Unattractive. Wind power:Wind power:
  • 3.  The greatest amount of renewable energy in UK comes from wind generation  California in America, it created enough power for four hundred thousand house holds.        http://www.technologystudent.com/energy1/wind8.htm Other interests: Thanks for listening

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