The paper aims at developing a system which makes use of wind energy for rural electrification Wind energy is treated as renewable source of energy. Wind energy has been used since the earliest civilization to grind grain. Pump water from deep wells, and power sailboats. Wind-mills in pre-industrial Europe were used for many things, including irrigation or drainage pumping, grain-grinding, saw milling of timber, and the processing of other commodities such as spices, cocoa, paints and dyes. Before the US installed an infrastructure of electricity wires , both water-pumping wind mills and small wind electric turbine(?wind chargers?) were vital to farming and developing the American Great plains and west. In recent decades the industry has been perfecting the wind turbine to convert the power of wind into electricity. The wind turbine has many advantages that make it an attractive energy source, especially in parts of the world where the transmission infrastructure is not fully developed it is modular and can be installed relatively, quickly, so it is easy to match electricity supply and demand. The fuel-the wind- is free and plentiful. Which eliminates or reduces the need to purchase, ship, and store expensive fuel. It is flexible with the power generated, household use can appliances, such as lighting and refrigeration. Schools can use computers and televisions and industries can axes reliable power source. Perhaps most importantly the generator does not produce any harmful emissions in the process of generating the electricity, unlike many other generation sources.
Wind power, electricity, generation, wind turbines, Wind mill, Renewable energy
Prof Kamble P V , Prof Jadhav D. M , Prof. Syed R. R , Prof. Bajgude S. D "A Review On Generation Of Electrical Energy By Using Wind Energy" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals Volume 3 Issue 8 2020 Page 28-32
Prof Kamble P V , Prof Jadhav D. M , Prof. Syed R. R , Prof. Bajgude S. D "A Review On Generation Of Electrical Energy By Using Wind Energy" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals, 3(8)
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