Rooftop wind energy system

Rooftop wind energy system

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Caption: Rooftop wind energy system on the roof of a building. The use of these turbines is known as microgeneration. They generate carbon-free or low-carbon heat and power for individual businesses and communities. Wind power is a renewable and clean source of energy for electricity production. The wind turns the blades, and this drives a turbine to generate electricity. This wind energy system was designed by Swift. Photographed at the Sea Bird Centre, North Berwick, East Lothian, Scotland, UK.

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