The wind is limitless, accessible, and clean. According to the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), the future of wind energy is bright, and that’s good news for Invenergy wind projects. People have used windmills to turn the force of the wind into mechanical energy for over a thousand years. Modern windmills are powerful turbines that use generators to turn wind energy into smooth-flowing AC electricity.
More than 190 Invenergy wind projects have been developed, including the following:
- Alle-Catt Wind Farm
- Blooming Grove Wind Energy Center
- Bull Run Wind Energy Center
- And more
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How Wind Makes Electricity
Wind turbines can be large and produce electricity for hundreds of homes or small for local use. Regardless, turbines consist of five major parts that include:
- The Foundation
- The Tower
- Rotor and Hub
- The Nacelle
The U.S. Department of Labor reports that wind turbine technician is the fastest-growing profession.
Wind Energy’s Positive Impact on the Environment
Wind power presents a variety of environmental benefits that include:
- Less Pollution
- Energy Efficiency
- Climate Benefits
- Efficient Use of Land
Wind turbines can stand alone to power single buildings or devices or be used in groups to produce electricity fed into a grid for transmission.
Contact Us Today
Learn more about Invenergy wind projects bringing locally sourced renewable energy to the East Coast at Leading Light Wind by visiting https://leadinglightwind.com/ or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.