How Wind Power
Wind turbines capture the wind's kinetic energy to power
a generator that produces electricity. Wind generators
have four main parts: blades (also known as rotors),
a power shaft, gears and a generator. The wind drives
the blades, which turns the shaft, which powers the
generator and electricity is produced.
Installing wind systems is a complicated technical process
and most people will benefit by using contractors skilled
in wind technology and electrical installation.
How Wind Power Works
Wind Power Systems