Definition of wind energy in English:

wind energy

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[mass noun]
Electrical energy obtained from harnessing the wind with windmills or wind turbines.
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  • It was more surprising that many of the respondents also had not recently heard or read about hydrogen cars, wind energy or nuclear energy.
  • We should exploit solar energy, wind energy and energy wastes and biogas more effectively.
  • Only 1 per cent of the country's electricity supply is sourced from wind energy.

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