wind power

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

  • It expects solar and wind power and fuel cells to be the big growth areas. Times, Sunday Times
  • Shell is investing in renewable energy technologies such as solar, wind power and wave power.
  • Wind power is typically one of the less-expensive renewables,’ says Lieberman.
  • The following month he warned again about the economic damage that reliance on wind power would do. Times, Sunday Times
  • The cost of generating electricity by wind power has fallen dramatically over the past few years.
  • A British schooner docked in Penzance yesterday carrying 30,000 bottles of wine on a voyage that enthusiasts believe will herald a return to wind power in merchant shipping. Tall ships make a comeback as oil price hits exports « Isegoria
  • Wind power presents too many advantages to be allowed to sink into oblivion.
  • It expects solar and wind power and fuel cells to be the big growth areas. Times, Sunday Times
  • The Minister might tell us whether this emergency generation capacity is going to be from coal-fired power stations, from oil-fired power stations, from wind power, or from hydro power.
  • Some onshore wind power is now price-competitive with fossil fuels, though investors still worry about the newness of the technology.
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