A green energy
A renewable energy
Unlike fossil based energies (oil, gas, coal, etc) that are in the process of being deleted and usually imported, wind energy is a free energy, plentiful and limitless, that contributes to the energy independence of the countries that develop it.
A clean energy
A wind turbine produces energy thanks to the mechanical use of the wind. While conventional production facilities generate a certain amount of waste and/or greenhouse gas, wind energy:
- Generates no atmospheric pollution
- Produces no waste
- Avoids combustion of fossil based resources (gas, coal, oil)
- Does not require the transportation of combustible fuels nor waste disposals
It also contributes to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and thus fights efficiently against global warming.
Machines that are mindful of the environment
The lifecycle of wind turbines respect the environment because they replenish in several months the energy used for their fabrication. Their dismantling can be carried out at any time and in a matter of a few days, insuring a complete restoration of the site.
An energy that is economically credible
Today’s wind turbine technology is high performing, mature, reliable and accessible at an increasingly competitive price. The electricity produced is bought at a fixed tariff rate in most developed countries.