Wind Power

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 Replies to “Wind Power”

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

  2. 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

  3. 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.

  4. 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 We are a primary school in Newcastle, Australia. We are a short walk from the beach.
    Miss Chaffey

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