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Wind Energy

wind energy Not only will atomic power be released, but someday we will harness the rise and fall of the tides and imprison the rays of the sun.

We at Amitabha Buddhist Society want the growth in the society and in their life and we are working towards the same direction. One of the most important issues for the present nation is production of electricity. We aim at giving our best endeavor in everything so why not in this field? Isn’t it?

So here we support the use of renewable sources of energy to produce electricity, with many other uses. There are people those who stay in rural areas they still live in dark, no electricity. They are still living the decade’s before life. We help such people to overcome such issues and meet their requirements of electricity.

We at ABS help people and support them technically and financially in the planting wind mills. Wind power is the conversion of wind energy into a useful form of energy, such as using wind turbines to make electricity, windmills for mechanical power, wind pumps for water pumping or drainage, or sails to propel ships.

We at ABS would like to convey our thought that the production of power can be used for many applications in remote locations that include ice making, powering telecommunication sites and water pumping. It also is used to power homes, businesses and farms/ranches. This renewable resource will not increase in cost in the future because there is no need for calculating import cost increases such as with fossil fuels. The turbines and power plants are efficient and provide a permanent domestic source of power that is cost effective and growing in popularity in remote locations where the costs of power make it difficult to populate or use an area. Through the power of the wind, an individual can become self-sufficient, or enter a career field that is growing at a significant rate. The wind energy advantages that an individual will appreciate the most are those that will have a positive impact on both your life and income. Through this technology has now an entire career field is opening that will provide the security and revenue that will make it a great investment.

We at ABS want to see…the efficient production and use of energy, so that the products we produce and the way we produce them pose no threat to the world's natural environment…economic development…so that more and more of the rural and urban people can enjoy…the things which the energy industry supplies… (And) a society in which ideas and knowledge move freely.

Wind energy is a free, renewable resource, so no matter how much is used today, there will still be the same supply in the future. Wind energy is also a source of clean, non-polluting, electricity. Although wind power plants have relatively little impact on the environment compared to fossil fuel power plants, there is some concern over the noise produced by the rotor blades, aesthetic (visual) impacts, and birds and bats having been killed (avian/bat mortality) by flying into the rotors. Most of these problems have been resolved or greatly reduced through technological development or by properly setting-up wind plants.

Our objective is to spread the thought that the major challenge of using wind as a source of power is that it is intermittent and does not always blow when electricity is needed. Wind cannot be stored and not all winds can be harnessed to meet the timing of electricity demands. Further, good wind sites are often located in remote locations far from areas of electric power demand (such as cities). Finally, wind resource development may compete with other uses for the land, and those alternative uses may be more highly valued than electricity generation. However, wind turbines can be located on land that is also used for grazing or even farming. So we support all the positive thoughts in the same field and would appreciate the company of hard working people to meet the requirement towards this direction.