Is wind a winner

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Are wind turbines the key to our future? Here are 16 Key facts! Read the full blog at: http://blog.worldweatheronline.com/2014/03/06/wind-winner-16-facts-wind-turbines/

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Is wind a winner

  1. 1. www.worldweatheronline.com Is wind a winner?
  2. 2. www.worldweatheronline.com Is wind a winner? You've seen those tall white turbines turning on hillsides or on windy plains, but how much do you know about the energy captured from wind?
  3. 3. www.worldweatheronline.com As early as 200 B.C., wind power was used in China, and later, in Persia. Is wind a winner?
  4. 4. www.worldweatheronline.com The Roscoe Wind Complex, with more than 600 turbines on 100,000 acres (40,468 hectares) of cotton farmland south of Abilene, Texas, was the world’s largest wind farm in 2011. It generates enough electricity to power 265,000 homes! Is wind a winner?
  5. 5. www.worldweatheronline.com By 2010, there were enough wind turbines to generate 2.5% of the world’s power demand and more than the total electricity demand of the United Kingdom. Is wind a winner?
  6. 6. www.worldweatheronline.com To read the full article visit: Is wind a winner? Is wind a winner?

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