wind generation

NOUN
  1. power derived from the wind (as by windmills)
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How To Use wind generation In A Sentence

  • So in the House today, the Greens are advocating, for some reason, the burning of fossil fuels - gas in Auckland and diesel along with wind generation.
  • It said that it would invest in wind generation and liquefied natural gas terminals. Times, Sunday Times
  • It said that it would invest in wind generation and liquefied natural gas terminals. Times, Sunday Times
  • Traditionally, wind generation was not involved as a part of the distribution systems during design, planning and operating considerations.
  • It said that it would invest in wind generation and liquefied natural gas terminals. Times, Sunday Times
  • Second, the specific technologies required for economical off-grid power—solar and wind generation, integrated energy storage, and intelligent microgrids—are important technical stepping stones toward a national system in which energy is produced and consumed on a small scale and in close proximity. Let the Market Pay for Renewable Energy
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