Wind Power

Wind power is a type of renewable energy that harnesses the power of the wind to generate electricity. Wind turbines are installed in locations with strong, consistent winds, such as on hilltops or in open fields. 

The wind causes the blades of the turbine to spin. The spinning blades turn a shaft, which is connected to a generator. The generator converts the mechanical energy from the spinning blades into electrical energy. The electrical energy is sent to a transformer which increases the voltage of the electricity so it can be transmitted over long distances. The electricity is then sent to homes and businesses, where it can be used to power whatever is needed. 

When the wind slows down or stops, the turbine automatically shuts off to prevent damage.