Given the detailed extent of this sustainable development, the target market will be commercial. But there can be no reason why domestic clients can’t benefit as well, and indeed, in some parts of the world, they already are. Property developers have collaborated with a wind resource assessment company in the past. Hundreds, if not more, residential property owners are, in turn, connected to this independently owned grid.
Independently owned because in many instances, national governments around the globe have yet to invest in this essential power source. But in those areas of the world, and certainly in your country too, all stakeholders from the top down are benefiting collectively. Cost containment is in check because while the maintenance and curatorship of the so-called wind energy farm is complex (only complex in the sense that it is a new technology that takes some getting used to) it is far less cumbersome to operate than traditional grids which continue to rely on one of the worst polluters the world has ever known.
Coal. It is dirty through and through. Wind. It does not pollute at all. In fact, not even noise pollution is a factor. About the only noise you will ever hear is when the wind itself decides to kick up a fuss. And that is only natural. Now, the naysayers and doubters have had the audacity and ignorance to ask; what if the wind doesn’t blow at all. How is that going to help? Well, it remains amazing just how little wind is needed to produce more than enough power and energy at so little cost, comparatively speaking.
And should any excess wind energy be produced, it gets stored for later use or transferred to other areas where no wind harvesting is possible.