Posted onDecember 15, 2015 by BubbleUP Marketing
Harness the Power of Wind
Wind Energy is something that many people use on a daily basis in order to create their own power and to power their homes. It can be more effective and economical than simply supporting green energy or buying it from the power company. Wind energy is something that you can actually generate for yourself, and create your own electricity to power your home.
Most wind energy is produce by giant turbines that are set up on wind farms. This energy is created when the wind turns the arms of the turbines, and the electricity is gathered and then sent to the customers who purchase it. The turbines are very large, and the arms are also very long. This creates the wind energy, that is used and sold.
However, you can put up your own mini wind turbine on your land ,which will mean that not only are you using a renewable source of energy, you are also creating it for yourself without needing to purchase it. In fact, about 7,000 Americans decided to do this in 2007 alone. They purchased a small turbine – created on a residential scale, which powered some or all of their homes. They also powered farms and small businesses with a turbine. The turbines are small, with power generators shaped like propellers. They are about 15 feet around in diameter, and are raised anywhere from 40 to 100 feet in the air. They generate clean energy that is completely greenhouse gas-free.
Wind power has amazing benefits – whether you are using wind power coming from an electric company, or wind power that you are generating on site for yourself. You can connect to the electric grid, so you can have power when the wind isn’t blowing. This will simply mean that you use less electricity, because whenever the wind is blowing you will use wind energy. For areas that see a lot of wind, you might use your power grid only rarely. The grid connection also insures that you can sell your excess energy back to the power company, which means you also might make a profit on your electrical use.
Getting your own turbine is something to consider if you live in a windy area, and have access to some open land that will allow the wind to reach full speeds before hitting your turbine. You can even find smaller turbines, for instance, to power accessories on boats or small farms. These turbines have battery power so when the wind isn’t blowing they can still produce power.
Even if you don’t have your own turbine, you can use wind power that is generated somewhere else. Simply ask your electric company if they supply it, or find one that does. The popularity of wind power has grown immensely in the past 10 years; it is completely renewable, completely clean, and will last forever.