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2. How is electricity produced by wind power?

The process is carried out by means of a wind turbine, an artifact provided with a tower, on top of which the gondola or nacelle is placed, a kind of cabin somewhat larger than a small truck. In the gondola is most of the equipment involved in the wind process. At its nose the mill is attached to capture the wind and send it inside, where are the devices that convert the kinetic energy of the wind into mechanical energy and then into electrical energy. Once the electricity is obtained, it is driven by cables that go down to the wall of the tower, from there they pass to a transformer that converts the direct current into alternating current before going to power the electrical network.

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