Wind energy is created from wind mills. When the wind picks up and spins the wind mill it works a turbine.
The energy you get from the mill turns the rotor inside the magnetic field. It then gets taken by your copper
wire, and this creates your electricity. Currently California is the leader in wind energy. In 1991 wind mills
created 2.7 billion kilowatt hours of energy. This is enough electricity to meet the needs of about one million people.