Feb 282013

Wind power is a form of renewable energy. 24% of Scotland’s renewable energy comes from wind power.  It is created when wind spins the turbine that in turn spins a shaft which leads into the generator where a magnet is turned around a coil of wire which creates energy. That is how you make energy from wind.

  14 Responses to “Wind Power”

  1. WOW

  2. Wow I did not now that

  3. That is fatastic.

  4. I’m very interested in the wind power, it looks like you guys did a lot of research! 🙂

  5. Wow that is amazing I never knew that. I really want to try that in the picture!

  6. Hi,
    I did not know that much about the wind and the power.
    It was fantastic what you did and to write a blog posts made me able to read it.
    Keep writing cool posts about stuff like that and more.
    From Aviva

  7. I think your post is interesting! Wind power sounds like a cool way to get power!

  8. I never knew that!

  9. I never knew that!

  10. Wow, what a great explanation of wind power! I never knew that 24% of Scotland\\\’s renewable energy comes from wind power! Nice job, and great explanation.

  11. I am interested in wind power, what a cool project

  12. HI . I love to make them so much!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  13. I like your. It is very cool to have wind power

  14. Hi,
    I love your wind turbines they look amazing. I was wondering if you had a procedure on how to make them or did you follow instructions from a website?
    My class are also currently learning about weather, we will be looking at wind and the Beaufort scale very soon. You can visit our class blog at http://www.tjps56c.edublogs.org We are a primary school in Newcastle, Australia. We are a short walk from the beach.
    Miss Chaffey

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