One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Power obtained by harnessing the energy of the wind.
- ‘In 2008, the U. S. became the world's leading provider of wind power.’
- ‘A major concern was the uncertainty of some of the proposed sources of power, especially wind power.’
- ‘Scotland has the greatest potential for wind power in Europe, they say.’
- ‘Salazar said any offshore energy plan must include a push for more renewable energy, principally wind power.’
- ‘Scotland has the benefit of some of the best renewables resources in the world; not least wind power.’
- ‘We need to put money into biofuels, not windpower.’
- ‘With a population of some 3,000, Kotzebue has pioneered the use of wind power in Alaska.’
- ‘The world's fastest-growing producer of wind power is Spain.’
- ‘Last year, Burgerville went even further, purchasing enough wind power from local utilities to power all of its facilities.’
- ‘No longer the purview of starry-eyed environmentalists, wind power has taken off in recent years.’
- ‘Today, we purchase 30 percent of our energy from wind power.’
- ‘The Liberals have a comprehensive plan to generate five per cent of Canada's electricity through wind power.’
- ‘I also want to comment on the role of wind power.’
- ‘Europe has more than 28,000 installed megawatts of wind power (70 percent of world capacity).’
- ‘Worldwide, the switch to wind power is well underway.’
- ‘In Denmark, almost 20 percent of the energy comes from wind power.’
- ‘Right now Texas leads the way in wind power.’
- ‘All five contributors, including the energy minister, Mike O'Brien, were wide-eyed lobbyists for wind power.’
- ‘The development of cheap methods of storing mass quantities of hydrogen would be an obvious enabling technology for wind power.’
- ‘Despite the skepticism in some quarters about B.C.'s potential, advocates see a huge upside for wind power nationally.’
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