- May 18, 2020 3:12 pm GMT
You’d be forgiven for thinking that wind energy is only an option where wind speeds are high and consistent, such as on mountains or out at sea. Indeed, many wind farms are situated in such locations to harness the abundance of natural resources. But now the sense of urgency surrounding climate change has prompted governments and businesses to expand renewable energy sources.
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