Wind Energy has been used for hundreds of years, but we are still utilizing wind energy and power to generate electricity. This power can convert mechanical power into electricity for homes, businesses, schools and much more. Wind turbines are the most common form of electric generator from wind energy.
Wind turbines are available in a variety of sizes and power ratings. Utility-scale turbines range in size from 50-750 kilowatts. Wind energy is a free, renewable resource and is very abundant in many part of the United States. The major challenge to using wind as a source of power is that it is intermittent and does not always blow when electricity is needed. Wind sites are normally located in remote locations away from cities.
Wind farms are normally built to collect this electrical energy. Contact an Electrical Connection contractor today for your wind energy installation needs.