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The first heyday of wind power in America lasted from 1870 to 1930, when thousands of farmers used the wind to pump water and generate power. The second heyday is just beginning. Wind power is the fastest growing energy source in the world, with annual average growth of 32 percent between 1998 and 2002. IWind energy image definitionn the United States alone, nearly two billion dollars' worth of wind turbines are projected to come on line in 2003—enough to power 800,000 homes. The U.S.Department of Energy's (DOE) "Wind Powering America"initiative has set a goal of producing five percent of the nation's electricity from wind by 2020. DOE projects meant to achieve this goal will provide $60 billion in capital investment to rural America,$1.2 billion in new income to farmers and rural landowners,and 80,000 new jobs during the next 20 years.
Modern, commercial grid-connected Growth in sizewind turbines have evolved from small, simple machines to large,highly sophisticated devices. Scientific and engineering expertise and advances, as well as improved computational tools, design standards, manufacturing methods, and O&M procedures, have all supported these technology developments. Onshore wind energy technologies are already being manufactured and deployed on a commercial basis, and are expected to further reduce the cost of wind energy while enhancing system and component performance and reliability. 
With the development of science and technology, energy storage is one of the most effective ways to solve the problem of wind power grid connection. Energy storageAt present, there are many kinds of energy storage technologies in wind power system, and their functions and functions are quite different. The selection of energy storage forms should be based on the different requirements of wind farms and the benefits of energy storage system for wind power system. The application of energy storage technology in wind power generation system greatly improves the utilization rate of power resources and meets people's demand for power resources to the greatest extent. 
Small wind turbineSmall-scale wind energy is a small but rapidly growing segment of the RE industry in the US. Like other renewable sources, in its initial stage, the cost of small wind electricity is generally less competitive when compared to current market prices of traditional energy sources. Thus, in an effort to support RE development, many US states have adopted a variety of policies to encourage small wind power. This is in line with the oft-cited idea of states serving as “laboratories of democracy” to experiment with a variety of policy tools. 
The livelihood and well-being of people, animals, and crops depends on a reliable, cost-effective supply of clean water. Wind pumping system coverMechanical wind water pumping machines have been used to pump water from wells for centuries. The technology of modern mechanical water pumpers is relatively simple, the maintenance requirements are modest, and the replacement parts are not difficult to obtain. The mechanical water pumper is the best option in some circumstances. However, because it must be placed close to the water source, it is often unable to capture the best wind resources.
Wind is used to produce electricity by converting the kinetic energy of air in motion into electricity. Windmills spainIn 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. The use of wind energy can be traced back thousands of years to many ancient civilizations. The ancient human histories have revealed that wind energy was discovered and used independently at several sites of the earth.
Operation in severe climates imposes special design considerations on wind turbines. Severe climates may include those with unusually high extreme winds,Wind turbine in snow high moisture and humidity, very high or low temperatures, and lightning.
Operation in cold temperatures also raises unique design considerations. A number of wind turbines have been installed in cold weather regions of the globe, including Finland, northern Quebec, Alaska, and other cold regions of Europe and North America and in Antarctica. Experience has shown that cold weather locations can impose significant design and operating requirements on wind turbines because of sensor and turbine icing, material properties at low temperatures, permafrost, and snow.
Offshore wind energy, as the name implies, refers to electricity produced by wind turbines that are installed offshore and implicitly in the ocean (or in lakes). The last twenty years has seen a great deal of interest in this new technology. Standing offshore turbine titleThe primary impetus for this has been the lack of available land with a good wind resource for new turbines, particularly in northern Europe.Since then, offshore wind turbines have been installed in the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Sweden, Ireland, Germany, and China. In 2002 and 2003, the first large, utility-scale offshore farms were commissioned. The Horns Rev and Nysted wind farms, both in Denmark, were the first farms built with capacities exceeding 100 MW. As of the end of 2008, there was over 1000 MW of installed offshore wind capacity, most of it in Europe.
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