The Advantages of Owning a Wind Farm

Wind power is cost-effective.

The electricity from utility-scale wind farms has one of the lowest operating costs of all the sources of energy today. Because the electricity is sold at a fixed price over a long period of time and its fuel is free, wind energy reduces the price uncertainty of traditional energy sources.

It's a clean fuel source.

Unlike power plants that use fossil fuels to generate electricity, wind energy doesn't emit particulate matter, nitrogen oxides, or sulfur dioxide that can cause health problems and economic damage.

Wind is a domestic source of energy.

The United States has an abundant and inexhaustible wind resource, and its wind power capacity has risen 15% per year over the past 10 years. Wind power is now the nation's most abundant and inexhaustible renewable energy source.

It's sustainable.

For as long as the sun shines and the winds blow, energy can be harnessed to bring electricity to the grid.

Wind turbines can be built on existing farms or ranches.

Agricultural land remains available to farmers, as the wind turbines take up only a fraction of the land. This benefits the rural economy greatly.

What are the Benefits of Building a Wind Farm?

Here are several questions you need to answer for your Wind Farm project and we will work with you to get the answers.

1. How many acres do I need?

2. What conditions are necessary for a wind farm?

3. How do wind turbines work if there is no wind?

4. How much wind does it take to start a wind turbine?

5. How much does a 100 kW wind turbine cost?

6. How much profit can I gain?

7. What is the ROI on my investment in a Wind Farm?

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