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Wind Energy

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Miguel Pendon

on 24 May 2013

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Wind Energy growingyoungereachday.wordpress.com What is wind energy? Wind energy is the conversion of wind into a useful form of energy. This power is usually collected by wind turbines. Locations of wind turbines. nrdc.org Wind turbines in the U.S. Other countries that uses wind turbines. www.lib.utexas.edu www.lonelyplanet.com wwwnc.cdc.gov wwwnc.cdc.gov www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org etc. Wind energy facts. 65,000,000,000 kWh of wind energy are produced per year worldwide! http://www.pawindenergynow.org/wind/facts.html That can power up to 6 million
U.S homes! Wind power farms generate between 17 and 39 times as much power as they consume. This allows for them to be very productive. http://www.pawindenergynow.org/wind/facts.html Nearly nine out of ten voters – Republicans, Democrats, and Independents – believe increasing the amount of energy the nation gets from wind is a good idea. http://www.awea.org/issues/federal_policy/index.cfm Wind is a renewable resource that cannot run out. Wind power is currently the fastest-growing source of electricity production in the world. http://www.windenergyfoundation.org/interesting-wind-energy-facts Parts of a wind turbine. http://windeis.anl.gov/guide/basics/turbine.html ncrecords.wordpress.com Wind Energy is already the fastest-growing source of clean energy in the world. Its improving every year. So why stop now!! Lets go wind! To go green! jacquelinegum.com Thanks for watching! By: The Wind Bros growingyoungereachday.wordpress.com
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