DescriptionWind power is the conversion of wind into a useful form of energy, by using wind turbines to make electrical power. By the end of 2012, there will be 282,482 MW cumulative capacities installed around the world. This lecture will help to increase awareness and advocacy among students of all ages, to building industry knowledge. This lecture will consist of eight parts: 1. History of Wind Power 2. How wind becomes electricity 3. Wind Turbine Technology Development 3.1 Wind Turbine Types 3.2 Wind Turbine Components 4. Wind Energy Industry Introduction 5. Renewable Energy Policies around the world 5.1 Clean Development Mechanism 5.2 Wind Energy Policies in Europe 5.3 Wind Energy Policies in America (US, Brazil) 5.4 Wind Energy Policies in Asia (China, India) 5.5 Wind Energy Policies in Other Countries 6. Comparison between Wind Energy and other renewable energy 7. A case of Wind Project (including budget, construction, power generated) 8. Future of Wind Energy
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