The wind is a clean, free, and readily available renewable energy source. Each day, around the world, wind turbines are capturing the wind’s power and converting it to electricity. Wind power generation plays an increasingly important role in the way we power our world – in a clean, sustainable manner.
But how is wind energy created? Wind turbines allow us to harness the power of the wind and turn it into energy. When the wind blows, the turbine’s blades spin clockwise, capturing energy. This triggers the main shaft of the wind turbine, connected to a gearbox within the nacelle, to spin. The gearbox sends that wind energy to the generator, converting it to electricity. Electricity then travels to a transformer, where voltage levels are adjusted to match with the grid.
Rooftop Wind Power: Roof-type wind power system uses increased air pressure on the side of the building, single-storey and double-storey applications can take advantage of increased wind depending on demand generation.
Building-Integrated Wind: Wind power generation system external wall installation model take advantage of the wind between buildings.
Wind Power Applications: Business applications and power generation using vertical small wind generators. Quiet wind generator with light weight, high efficiency and price competitiveness, power generation enterprises use it and promote application business combining IT & IoT technology.