Features of wind power generation

Wind power generation is a mechanism that uses the force of the wind to rotate a windmill to generate electricity.

Like sunlight, wind is considered clean energy because it does not run out and does not generate harmful substances such as CO2 during power generation.

The merit is that it can generate electricity day and night as long as there is a constant wind speed. The disadvantage is that it is difficult to maintain a stable supply of a certain amount because it uses the natural wind. Also, on windy conditions such as typhoons, the rotation has to be stopped for safety.