Wind Power: The Advantages And Disadvantages Of Wind Energy
Here are a few advantages of wind power.Unlike power plants, that use combustion of fossil fuels, coals and natural gasses, wind energy doesn’t contaminate the air. It also doesn’t generate atmospheric emissions that can potentially induce acid rain and greenhouse gases. Therefore wind power is a clean fuel source.Wind is a national source of energy for some countries.
Wind is a renewable source, so it’s mostly unlikely to run out. Wind is generated by the calefaction of the climate by the sun, Earth’s rotation and the Earth 's surface inconsistency. The wind will exist as long as the sun shines. Therefore wind power is sustainable. Wind power is really cheap, therefore is affordable. These contraptions can be built anywhere as long as the wind blows, which is great for the economy in rural areas.Wind power can enable people to have jobs.The turbine’s rotors are a danger to wildlife, it is known that birds have been killed, due to flying into the spinning rotors. Though the pollution (aesthetic) and the negative impact aren’t as drastic as some of the power plants it’s still concerning. Turbines are also known to create a lot of noise. WInd turbines aren’t the most practical and profitable solution for the land. Impeccable wind farms are located in secluded locations, very distant from cities where power is necessary. Wired that are used to transmit the electricity from the wind farm to the city can cost a fortune.The officials aren’t too pleased with the performance and profit of wind power, because the technology can cost a lot and it’s not meeting their