Wind energy is plentiful, renewable, clean and viable installation in various places. This energy is generated by means of turbines, in which the wind is captured by blades attached to a turbine that drives an electric generator. The amount of energy transferred is a function of air density, the area covered by the rotation of the blades (vanes) and the wind speed.
According to the evaluation of the Global Wind Energy (international organization that brings together organizations and companies related to the production of wind energy), Brazil is the most promising country in this type of energy, and now, this potential despite growing remains underutilized.
Wind power becomes complementary to hydropower, as the winds improve in the shortest period of rain. Between 2005 and 2012, Brazil grew from 25 MW to 1,886 MW in wind power generation, and the expectation is that by 2020 this number will double.
Wind substations VISION rely on cutting-edge technologies to maximize the yield of wind turbines, as well as technologies that minimize transmission losses of energy to its final consumer, thus enabling the global development of wind energy and its integration into electricity grids.
The rotation of the propellers connected to the internal generator towers produce a power of 6000 kW, generating a voltage which can be converted into up to 34500 V. After the voltage generated, the circuit can reach its ultimate consumer (if industries) or following by a power transformer, which raises the average to high voltage passes through a protection circuit and is integrated into the power grid.
Quality and Reliability
Compatible with other uses and land uses such as agriculture and livestock;
Wind energy is inexhaustible;
It does not emit greenhouse gases or generate waste;