Wind energy conversion system (WECS) or device

  An apparatus for converting the energy available in the wind to mechanical energy that can be used to power machinery (grain mills, water pumps) and to operate an electrical generator.
  U.S. Dept. of Energy, Energy Information Administration's Energy Glossary

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  • Wind Energy Conversion System — (WECS) or Device   An apparatus for converting the energy available in the wind to mechanical energy that can be used to power machinery (grain mills, water pumps) and to operate an electrical generator …   Energy terms

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