Currently, Uruguay generates 22% of its energy due to the force of the wind . It is estimated that next year the figure will increase to 38%, placing this country in the world podium of energy based on the wind (as specified by the magazine Wind and Electric Vehicle, REVE).
Wind energy is a renewable energy source that uses the force of the wind to generate electricity.The primary means to obtain it are the turbines, “windmills” resizable with blades that transform the kinetic energy of wind into mechanical energy.
In just a decade, Uruguay became the Latin American country with the largest power generation wind. In addition, it is one of the leading worldwide. The current leader is Denmark with 42% of its consumption with these molinos