wind farm

NOUN
  1. a power plant that uses wind turbines to generate electricity
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How To Use wind farm In A Sentence

  • The 100-acre wind farm near Strabane is currently capable of producing 6.6 kilo watts of power per hour.
  • UK gives final approval for the largest offshore wind farm, which will provide 25% of the electrical needs for the greater London residential area.
  • If sufficient, the firm is planning to build a wind farm of up to 30 turbines which, at 90 metres high, would be visible for miles around.
  • I suggest we start to look for the positive in this planned wind farm.
  • Supporters argue that wind farms are a small price to pay for saving the planet.
  • A protest group drew first blood in the fight to win people's opinions when an energy company showed its onshore wind farm proposals for Bradwell.
  • He wants more offshore wind farms and wave energy schemes. The Sun
  • Billions have gone to wind farm and solar energy firms in recent years with business and households picking up the tab. The Sun
  • Gamesa said there is also potential in the 'repower' market in India, which involves upgrading old wind farms with new technology and equipment to raise their efficiency. Spain's Gamesa to Double India Capacity
  • They begged to be in the national park because they saw it as a means of resisting wind farms and of preserving already stratospheric house prices. Times, Sunday Times
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