Green energy comes from natural sources such as sunlight, wind, rain, tides, plants, algae and geothermal heat. These energy resources are renewable, meaning they're naturally replenished. In contrast, fossil fuels are a finite resource that take millions of years to develop and will continue to diminish with use.
We are not like other green energy providers. We challenge the idea that ‘being green’ is all about making a big commitment, about making an extra effort, and paying extra costs.
Indeed, companies often talk about green energy as an ‘alternative’. On the contrary, green energy makes sense for everyone, and we want to make it mainstream.
So, our prices are competitive not only within the green market, but also the entire utilities industry. By minimising the cost and effort it takes to switch, we aim to remove all obstacles to going green.
Put simply: we do care about the environment, but we are not idealists with our heads in the clouds. We are down to earth, in every sense.
Renewable energy sources also have a much smaller impact on the environment than fossil fuels, which produce pollutants such as greenhouse gases as a by-product, contributing to climate change. Gaining access to fossil fuels typically requires either mining or drilling deep into the earth, often in ecologically sensitive locations.
Green energy, however, utilizes energy sources that are readily available all over the world, including in rural and remote areas that don't otherwise have access to electricity. Advances in renewable energy technologies have lowered the cost of solar panels, wind turbines and other sources of green energy, placing the ability to produce electricity in the hands of the people rather than those of oil, gas, coal and utility companies.
Green energy can replace fossil fuels in all major areas of use including electricity, water and space heating and fuel for motor vehicles.
We will start by developing new services which will optimize financing and tokenized energy trading in the future. Firstly, we will establish the Windhan 108 MW Flagship project in Kazakhstan. The plan is to give the community asset backed projects combined with a renewable energy platform on the blockchain and enable them to finance and trade tokenized energy. In order to actually finance and trade tokenized energy one will need to obtain Windhan tokens (WHN). WHN will be issued at the Windhan token sale.
Wind comes from atmospheric changes; changes in temperature and pressure makes the air move around the surface of the earth; all of which is triggered by the sun. So in a way, wind energy is another form of solar power. A wind turbine captures the wind to produce energy. The wind makes the rotor spin; as the rotor spins, the movement of the blades drives a generator that creates energy. The motion of the wind turbine turning is called kinetic energy, this power is converted into electricity.
The conversion of wind into electricity
Wind power is converted into electricity by magnets moving past stationary coils of wire known as the stator. As the magnets pass the stator, AC electricity is produced. It is then converted into DC electricity which can be used to charge batteries which store the electrical energy or can also be fed into a grid interactive inverter for feeding power into the electricity grid.
Green electricity' is power produced from sources that do not harm the environment. Green power production technologies are those that that clearly reduce the harmful environmental impacts of energy generation. They generally make use of renewable sources like wind, water, sun and biomass.
Wind Energy is energy harnessed from the wind. Man has used wind energy for over 2000 years. In many places, wind energy was harnessed by windmills for pumping water and grinding grain. Windmills work by slowing down the speed of the wind. The wind flows over the blades causing them to turn.
The benefits of wind power
Wind power is a clean energy source that can be relied on for the long-term future. A wind turbine creates reliable, cost-effective, pollution free energy. It is affordable, clean and sustainable. One wind turbine can be sufficient to generate energy for a household.
The blades are connected to a drive shaft that turns an electric generator to produce electricity. Wind turbines need a constant, average wind speed of about 14 miles per hour before the wind turbines can generate electricity. For producing large amounts of electricity, many machines can be installed together to form a wind farm.
Advantages of Wind Energy:
Since wind energy is the result of temperature changes due to the heat of the sun, and the sun is an inexhaustible source of energy, wind energy is also renewable.
It is a clean, reliable cost effective source of electricity.
Electricity generated from the wind does not contribute to global warming and acid rain.
Compared to energy from nuclear power plants, there is no risk of radioactive exposure from wind power.
Because wind is a source of energy which is non-polluting and renewable, wind turbines create power without using fossil fuels, without producing greenhouse gases or radioactive or toxic waste.
Wind turbine installation
Wind turbines can be installed on properties, on boats, or caravans. Whether a wind turbine is viable depends entirely on the amount of wind resources available in your area. The first thing you need to do is to find out the average speed in your area. While using freely available data gives an indication, the most reliable method is a reading taken at your site.
The average wind speed needs to be above 5m/s (18km per hour) to make installing a wind turbine worthwhile. Ideal locations for wind turbines are in the country, on farms, or on the coast: basically anywhere away from built-up areas. The more buildings around the wind turbine, the less wind there is. Setting up a wind turbine is a big job that takes time but it can be a very cost effective way of creating power as long as the average wind speed is high enough.
Windhan is a blockchain-based ERC20 green energy Crowdfunding and trading platform which uses blockchain technology to create a more meritocratic next generation of renewable energy assets. It brings together green energy producers and consumers to sell and buy renewable energy without overpaying to corporations, suppliers and other intermediaries. It is a platform to combine energy developers, investors, and consumers through a global and decentralized network that allows energy assets to be funded and launched
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