Wind energy for ages 11-14

Updated on 12.01.2023

15 min read

Middle School
Physics - chemistry
L'éolien pour les 11-14 ans

Learn how wind’s strength is harnessed to convert it into . Onland or wind turbines are efficient structures for doing so, with their high masts and rotor-generator units. Together with solar energy, is one of the major renewable energies of tomorrow.


Wind Power

Wind Power

Wind has been harnessed by mankind since Antiquity to propel sailing vessels and since the Middle Ages to windmills. It is a free, non-polluting, infinitely source that is widely available throughout the world. Today, this ever-present source of energy is used to generate, thanks to modern wind turbines. In the past 15 years, wind power has taken off and its development has gone from strength to strength, even if commitment to varies from country to country. In Europe, for example, wind-power champion Denmark produces 42% of its electricity from wind.

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Global wind power generation

Global Wind Power Generation

Electricity production from wind energy has been growing steadily for several years now, at a rate of over 10% per year. China, which assures almost a third of world production ahead of the United States and Germany, is the main driver behind this trend.

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The wind energy Quiz

Test your knowledge on the wind energy!

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