Agriculture and Environmental Basics: Wind energy

Blogging Across the Finish Line

The oil we use to power tools of transportation, food production, and basic living took between 50-300 millions years to create and currently we’ve used about half of it in about 125 years.  We haven’t found oil at a faster rate than we consume it since 1981. If that doesn’t call for a need for a more sustainable and renewable resource for our energy needs, I don’t know what does. One of the most promising prospects is wind turbines which describe devices that convert kinetic energy from the wind into electrical power. According to Inside Science, The United States aims to produce at least 20% of its electricity by wind power by 2030. Let’s look at the current uses and projected pros and cons of utilizing this type of energy. Today’s wind energy Historical events of using wind as power include Persian windmills of 200 BC, wind chargers…

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