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Power Plant (Thermal, Solar, Energy, Wind)

Power plant (thermal, solar energy, wind) It is a system in which the movement energy in the wind is first converted into mechanical energy and then into electrical energy. It is an endless and clean energy source where wind energy does not cause any harm to nature. Wind energy starts with the sunrise. The parts of the cold air layer formed during the night close to the ground will begin to warm up with the rays of the sun.

What Is Wind Energy?

Wind energy is due to solar radiation heating the ground surfaces at different angles. The fact that the ground surfaces are heated at different angles, the temperature of the air, as well as the humidity and pressure are different, and this different pressure causes the movement of the air. Wind power uses wind platforms to generate electricity, windmills to generate mechanical energy, or wind pumps to pump wells, or sails to propel ships.
Power plant (thermal, solar energy, wind) Wind energy meets 2% of the world’s electricity needs in today’s conditions. Compared to other electricity generation techniques, wind turbine technology has less harmful effects on the environment. Agriculture and animal husbandry are carried on within the scope of wind power plants established on land. In addition, wind power plants do not need any cooling water like the fossil source power plant.
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What is Solar Energy?

Solar energy technologies directly collect the sun’s rays and provide heat or electricity production in these rays. The source of these energies consists of fusion reactions that have occurred by the conversion of hydrogen on the sun’s surface into helium. Outside the Earth’s atmosphere, solar power is more or less constant. The biggest feature of the energy on Earth from the sun is that it is unlimited. Solar energy is evaluated as light, heat and electricity. Photovoltaic (PV) systems convert solar energy directly into electricity and can be placed in appliances, building roofs and cars. Monofocal solar power plants are based on the principle of reflecting a small area compared to solar radiations with lens and mirror mechanisms. The energy focused in this small area can also be used for water heating or electricity or heat generation via a steam turbine. Solar thermal collectors, which are frequently used in our country, are mostly used for water heaters. Solar energy is a very important energy alternative in countries with a lot of sun like our country. These technologies are used in off-grid electricity generation especially in rural areas. The only disadvantage of this technology is that it cannot be produced at night.