The Advantages of Wind Power
  As the United States and the rest of the world seeks alternatives to fossil fuels and nuclear energy, one of the most basic and oldest types of energy, wind power, is coming into play once again.

  Wind energy is a great renewable resource. The technologies to convert wind power into useable forms of electricity and other energies began when the first windmills were built hundreds of years ago in Europe.

   Now, the technology associated with wind energy conversion is being researched once again to help alleviate some of the country's energy stresses.

  Although there are some strong opponents to using wind power, the many advantages to this form of alternative energy cannot be overlooked.

  First and foremost, wind energy is clean and healthy for our environment.

   Wind is 100% natural, and unlike other forms of energy, such as fossil fuels or nuclear, we can use wind's power without creating harmful byproducts that are released into our environment.

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  The power created by the other methods is currently more efficient than using wind, but they contribute greatly to the greenhouse effect, and if we want a safer and healthier environment for future generations, we need to discontinue the use of such products.

  Wind energy is very cost effective.
It costs an average of 5 cents per kilowatt-hour to produce wind energy, and this overall price is much lower than all other forms of alternative energy.

  Wind is something that is completely renewable and will never run out, so it is very unlikely that the price of this production will do anything but get even lower.

  Also, our country has the ability to produce all the energy we need from wind within the United States, cutting the costs associated with relying on foreign forms of energy.

  Lastly, using wind energy boosts the economy. Most of the very best places in the country to collect wind energy are found in very rural areas, where many people earn a living by operating farms and ranches.

  Building windmills does not use much land, and so the farms do not loose much of this source of income, but the government or power plants pay a rent in order to keep the windmill on the farmer's land.

  In this way, rural landowners can benefit from wind energy and share in the profits.

 The many benefits of wind energy cannot be overlooked.

  By researching more cost effective techniques and convincing investors to get onboard with wind farm projects, within the next few decades Americans could be seeing a large number of windmills popping up all over the country.

 This will help relieve the country's energy problems while benefiting the environment, the consumer, and the economy as well.
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