Wind power involves converting wind energy into electricity by using wind turbines. A wind turbine is composed of 3 Airfoil structure blades called a rotor. Wind comes from atmospheric changes; changes in temperature and pressure makes the air move around the surface of the earth. The wind makes the rotor spin; as the rotor spins, the movement of the blades spinning gives power to a generator which makes energy.
Wind turbines can be installed on properties, on boats, or caravans. Getting a wind turbine depends entirely on the amount of wind generated in your area. The first thing you need to do is to find out the average speed in your area. Wind power is converted into electricity by magnets moving past stationary coils of wire known as the stator. As the magnets pass the stator, AC electricity is produced. It is then converted into DC electricity which can be used to charge batteries which store the electrical energy or can also be fed into a grid interactive inverter for feeding power into the electricity grid.