platfom that connects Green Energy Producers, Investors, Consumers and the Blockchain ecosystem
We will start by developing new services that will optimize financing and tokenized energy trading in the future. First, we will establish a 108 MW Superior Windhan project in Kazakhstan. The plan is to provide projects that are supported by community assets combined with renewable energy platforms on the blockchain and allow them to finance and trade energy tokenized. To truly finance and trade energy tokens, we need to get the Windhan (WHN) token. WHN will be issued on the sale of Windhan tokens.
The wind comes from changes in the atmosphere; changes in temperature and pressure make air move around the surface of the earth; all of which are triggered by the sun. So, wind energy is another form of solar power. Wind turbines capture wind to produce energy. The wind makes the rotor spin; when the rotor rotates, the movement of the blade moves the generator that produces energy. The movement of turning a wind turbine is called kinetic energy, this power is converted into electricity.
Conversion of wind into electricity
Wind power is converted into electricity by a magnet that moves past the stationary wire coil known as the stator. When the magnet passes through the stator, AC power is produced. This is then converted to DC electricity which can be used to charge batteries that store electrical energy or can also be inserted into an interactive network inverter to feed power into the electricity network.
Green electricity ‘is power produced from sources that do not damage the environment. Green power production technology is a technology that clearly reduces the harmful environmental impacts of energy generation. They generally use renewable sources such as wind, water, sun and biomass.
Wind Energy is energy that is utilized from the wind. Humans have been using wind energy for more than 2000 years. In many places, wind energy is used by windmills to pump water and grind grain. Windmills work by slowing down wind speed. The wind flows over the bar that causes them to spin.
Benefits of wind power Wind
power is a reliable source of clean energy for the long term future. Wind turbines produce pollution-free, reliable, cost-effective energy. It’s affordable, clean and sustainable. One wind turbine can be sufficient to generate energy for the household.
The knife is connected to a drive shaft that rotates an electric generator to produce electricity. Wind turbines require a constant average wind speed of around 14 miles per hour before wind turbines can produce electricity. To produce large amounts of electricity, many machines can be installed together to form wind fields.
Advantages of Wind Energy:
Because wind energy is the result of changes in temperature due to solar heat, and the sun is an endless source of energy, wind energy is also renewable.
This is a clean, reliable and cost-effective power source.
Electricity generated from wind does not contribute to global warming and acid rain.
Compared to the energy from nuclear power plants, there is no risk of radioactive exposure to wind power.
Because wind is a non-polluting and renewable energy source, wind turbines create energy without using fossil fuels, without producing greenhouse gases or radioactive or toxic waste.
Wind turbine installations Wind
turbines can be installed on property, on boats or caravans. Whether the wind turbine is feasible or not depends entirely on the amount of wind resources available in your area. The first thing you need to do is find out the average speed in your area. Although using available data freely gives an indication, the most reliable method is the reading that is done on your site.
The average wind speed must be above 5 m / s (18km per hour) to make the installation of wind turbines useful. The ideal location for wind turbines is in this country, on the farm, or on the beach: basically anywhere from the area being built. The more buildings around the wind turbine, the fewer winds there are. Setting up a wind turbine is a big job that takes time but can be a very effective way to create power as long as the average wind speed is quite high.
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