How Do Wind Turbines Work Kids?

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Wind turbines work by converting the kinetic energy in the wind into mechanical power. When the wind turns the blades of the turbines, it spins the small generator to produce electricity. Wind is a renewable source energy because as long as there is sunlight, the wind will always blow.
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Wind turbines work the opposite of a fan where a fan uses electricity to make wind and a turbine uses wind to make electricity. The turbines spin a shaft that is connected to a generator o as to make electricity. This electricity is stored in a sub station where it is distributed from to homes and other places.
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