Wind power

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Largest Wind Power Company ‘Siemens’

I want a career with the best of the best. That is why I want to work for Siemens, one of the largest wind power and technology companies in the world. Originally founded in 1847 by German inventor Werner von Siemens, the company has over 170 years of history and vital experience developing the machinery […]

Pages: 2 Words: 612 Topics: economy, green energy, natural environment, Social Responsibility, wind power

Wind Turbines – Technology of Wind Power

The wind turbine was a type of breakthrough technology that officially changed the world forever. While, in the beginning the turbines started out as windmills, they eventually evolved into the wind turbines, which still, to this day, provide a source of energy to many people. They are designed to create an enormous amount of energy, […]

Pages: 9 Words: 2625 Topics: electricity, invention, Pollution, wind power, wind turbine
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Wind Power Vs. Solar Energy

The energy system is a combination of all interconnected energy resources, methods of producing electricity and thermal energy. Transforming, distributing and using it, is also providing consumers with energy. A certain amount of electricity is required, and it must be available at that moment, otherwise an overvoltage will occur, and the network will fail.  The […]

Pages: 2 Words: 704 Topics: environment, solar energy, solar panel, wind power, wind turbine

Wind Turbines (wind Power)

Abstract Since the early 2000’s the installation of wind turbines has steadily increased. Before turbines are installed at a wind farm a power purchase agreement is worked out between the seller of the energy (usually the turbine manufacturer) and the buyer of the energy (a utility). These power purchase agreements generally last for 20 years. […]

Pages: 7 Words: 2044 Topics: economy, natural environment, public policy, wind power, wind turbine

Wind Power: Alternative to Fossil Fuels

Wind power is a source a renewable energy. It is considered a source of renewable energy because the energy in the wind comes from the sun. The sun heats the earth which causes air close to the earth’s surface to heat up and rise, and causing more dense cold air from the upper atmosphere to […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1275 Topics: electricity, everyday use, Renewable Energy, wind power, wind turbine

Wind Strength (or Wind Power)

Wind strength (or wind power) indicates the system by way of which wind is used to create electricity. Wind generators convert the kinetic power in the wind into mechanical power. A generator can alter mechanical power into electricity. To obtain wind power, the kinetic energy of wind is used to create mechanical power. A generator […]

Pages: 7 Words: 2194 Topics: alternative energy, electricity, natural environment, wind power, wind turbine

The Growth of Wind Power in India

The growth of wind power in India is consistent. In 2002 the country’s Cumulative Annual Growth Rate is 24.1%. For investing in wind the government is adopting alternating approach. The government is also adopting R&D by putting up small demonstration projects at remote locations. The states where government had put up these demonstration projects in […]

Pages: 2 Words: 490 Topics: electricity, Government, India, Investment, wind power

The Energy Shift: from Coal to Wind Power

For centuries mankind has evolved into the technologically savvy persons that we are today. With every step of progress, like sword to firearm or horse and plow to tractor, the advances of the past are replaced with new ones along the way. This shift from one thing to the next are seen as the end […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1668 Topics: fossil fuels, natural environment, natural resources, Renewable Energy, wind power

Use of Wind Power

The wind is one of the oldest naturally occurring phenomenon on planet Earth, coming into existence at the beginning of time. Since its been here, there have been numerous amounts of uses for the wind, with an emphasis on wind power. Since the beginning of written history, and perhaps even before, it has been recorded […]

Pages: 3 Words: 847 Topics: earth, electricity, natural environment, Renewable Energy, wind power

Solar, Hydroelectric and Wind Power Sources

Our daily energy needs are increasing every day at exponential rates, with an increase from 51,000TWh to 150,000TWh in the span of half a century. If this current trend continues with 80-85% of our total energy needs being derived from non-renewable resources such as coal and crude oil and with these said to run out […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1401 Topics: electricity, problem, Renewable Energy, solar power, wind power