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Video: Taking a look at how wind turbines work

How do we create electricity out of thin air?
Video: Taking a look at how wind turbines work

Have you ever been curious about how wind is converted into electrical energy?

If so, chances are you’re not alone. Most Americans have never visited a wind farm or learned much about wind power. They may have seen some wind turbines in a truck ad on television or noticed a wind farm making an appearance in a Fast and the Furious movie, but that’s about it.

Watch this new three-minute video posted last month by Acciona to find out!

Still curious? Then check out this 2014 video posted by General Electric.

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David Ward is the primary point of contact for all press inquiries and manage AWEA’s day-to-day media relations. He also oversees media monitoring responsibilities and analyzes trends in the news about wind power. He owns a Master of Arts in Strategic Communications from Villanova University and earned a Commendation for Service from U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid due to work for the Democratic Policy and Communications Committee (DPCC).

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