WIND TURBINE INSTALLATIONS
Wind turbine is a machine that consists of a column perpendicular to the ground and a turbine at its top and converts the wind (kinetic energy of the wind) into electricity.
Small wind turbines are used for a variety of applications, such as battery charging, while larger for power supply to homes. A number of such wind turbines form wind farms, which are a renewable energy source. Many countries have built wind farms to reduce the emission of pollutants and their degradation from fossil fuels.
Wind power is today an attractive solution to the problem of power generation.
Wind power is free, abundant and decentralized
Wind technology is clearly more efficient than the corresponding photovoltaic
Wind turbines can be subsidized via investment programs
Beyond the homes they find application in schools, universities, hotels, pumping stations, remote stations and rural or industrial areas
They may form part of a company's corporate social responsibility policy
They can act as stand-alone energy systems or as interconnected systems for producing and selling electricity by obtaining a guaranteed subsidy from the electricity system operator, which is a sure choice for investment
The economic benefits of an area from the development of the wind industry are numerous and remarkable
The room for development of small wind turbines in our country is particularly encouraging
The small wind turbine sector is still at an early stage, which naturally points to significant investment opportunities
Wind energy is clean, free from pollutants and radiation
Greece due to the extensive coastline and its huge crowd of islands has strong winds and winds is an ideal place to develop wind power