Wind energy can be defined where wind is used to produce electricity by converting the kinetic energy of air in motion into electricity. In modern wind turbines, wind rotates the rotor blades, which convert kinetic energy into rotational energy. This rotational energy is transferred by a shaft which to the generator, thereby producing electrical energy. Both onshore and offshore wind still have tremendous potential for greater deployment and improvement, globally.
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