Global Wind Day is a day of discovery. Renewable energies, like wind, hold endless possibilities for our future. Wind farms are in operation and actively generating energy in more than 75 countries worldwide.
Today is a day to explore the history of wind. Did you know that in 1887, Charles F. Brush built the first automatically operated wind turbine? Or, that windmills have been around since 200 B.C.? Well, that is what today is all about.
Discovery is at your fingertips! Carve out some time today to learn a few facts about wind!
Global Wind Day is coordinated by EWEA and GWEC and occurs annually on June 15. To find out more about this year’s events, please check out www.globalwindday.org.
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