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Wind Energy Grades K-2 Richland Community College,
History of Wind Energy Richland Community College, How can wind move a boat? How can wind pump water? How can wind grind flour?
Modern Wind Turbines What is electricity? What do we use it for? Richland Community College,
Wind Energy 101 Where does wind come from? How can wind make electricity? Where can we find wind farms? Richland Community College,
Green Energy Richland Community College, Do we have to pay for wind? Will we ever run out of wind? Do wind turbines make pollution?
References Slide 1: “Richland Wind Turbine.” Image. Richland.edu Dec Slide 2: Stanley, Callie. “Sail Boat Race.” Jpg. Slide 2: U.S. Department of Energy. (Producer). (2011, Feb. 8). Energy 101: Wind Turbines [Web Video]. Retrieved from Slide 3: Stanley, Callie. “Wind Turbine.” Jpg Slide 4: Stanley, Callie. “Kite 1.” Jpg. Slide 4: Stanley, Callie. “Kite 2.” Jpg. Slide 4: Energynownews. (Producer). Energy 101: Wind Power 16 Dec Retrieved from Slide 5: Stanley, Callie. “Turbine and Solar Bag.” Jpg. Richland Community College, 2013
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