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Green Technology [wind farms]
Transcript of Green Technology [wind farms]
A wind farm may also be located offshore. Wind Power in ONTARIO. ONTARIO is at the forefront of wind energy in CANADA, with more than 1,500 M of wind generation capacity connected to the provience's power grid. Wind Power: Pros..! Wind Power: Cons! 1.- wind turbines can be noisy.
2.- wind farms require a fair amount of land, about 24 hectares (60 acres) per megawatt.
3.- Not all areas are suitable for wind-power generation.
4.- Some enviromentalists are concerned about soil erosion, particularly in desert regions. A wind farms is a group of wind urbines in the same location used to produce electric power. Power System! As system operator, the IESO plays a fundamental role in helping bring wind projects into service & ensuring that Ontario's power system can effectively support increased levels of wind generation. 1.- wind power has grown to be economically competitive with other forms of power.
2.- Although it cost more to generate 1 kilowatt of electricity.
3.- A farmer can be paid $2,000 to $5,000 in royalties per wind turbine
4.- wind turbines do not consume water.