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10. What is the difference between wind energy and electric power?

Wind energy is the kinetic energy acquired by the winds. The human being from very ancient times learned to use wind energy to move their sailboats and their windmills to crush the wheat. Electric power can be generated by different methods. In the case of being produced by wind energy, it is first transformed into mechanical energy and finally into electricity, by means of an artifact called a wind turbine.

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