Diversity of Wind mills
There are two main types of windmills used today: Pole-mounted windmills and building-mounted windmills. Pole-mounted wind mills although more expensive than building-mounted turbines, they produce a lot of electricity.
There are two types of wind mills. They are pole mounted and building mounted.
Pole mounted: These wind mills generate 5 kW to 6 kW of power when they are placed in a suitable Horizontal position on a tall pole.
Building mounted: These are smaller mounted system which can be installed on the roof of a building. The power produced by these type of wind mills is about 1 kW to 2 kW.
If the turbine is not connected to the power grid, then the unused power can be used to store electricity in a battery.
These slowly rotating blades of the wind mill could even kill bats, other birds, but not as many as the power lines do. As we know that winds may not be constant all the time, the electricity from a wind mill cannot be continuous, no power would be generated if there is no wind.