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5. What is a wind farm?

A wind farm is a group of wind turbines that can be located on land or at sea, the former being the most common, although parks far from the coasts have grown significantly in Europe in recent years. The number of wind turbines that make up a park is variable and depends, among other aspects, on the needs of an area, the available surface and the characteristics of the air currents of the place. Not all the energy that comes from the wind is usable, the wind energy only operates with horizontal currents, since the vertical do not have the dynamic energy necessary for its use. Before the choice of the site to install a wind farm, the features of the wind must be analyzed for twelve or more months. In addition, they must undergo a prior environmental impact study, which includes the effect of the works, power lines, effects on the flora and fauna and the visual impact.

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