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A secondary source of renewable  energy is an renewable resource besides hydropower, which is a primary  resource.  Secondary resources represent only about 1 percent of the  world electric energy creation, but that is rapidly increasing.  One of  the fastest growing secondary resources today is wind power.  
Some  advantages of wind energy are that unlike fossil fuels, wind is both  renewable and sustainable.  Wind will never run out, unlike coal and  oil. It is also very environmentally friendly and does not create  greenhouse gases when producing electricity.  Using wind turbines do not  create a negative effect on the air we breathe or the water we drink.   Producing energy by using wind will also decrease the reliance on fossil  fuels and also preserve the limited remaining supply.  Wind turbines  also leave a very small footprint on the actual land that is used.  They  are generally constructed at sea or in large open field areas.  Even  with the turbines present, they do not disrupt livestock, farming, or  fishing.  The remote locations that turbines can be installed also can  provide power to small villages or research facilities that would have  impractical or costly to install traditional power supplies.  
      Another huge advantage of wind  energy is that it is continually becoming more efficient and cheaper to  produce.  The initial cost of installing the turbines is still a bit  costly, but technological advancements have made turbine maintenance  after installation very minimal.  Government subsidies has also helped  bring the costs of installing turbines down to a competitive level  against fossil fuels.  Incentives are also being offered to homeowners  to install wind turbines on a much smaller scale, similar to solar  panels.  One of the last and very important advantages to wind energy is  that it has created a large market for new jobs.  The manufacturing of  the actual turbine, the installation, and the maintenance are all areas  that have grown in the job market. 
El-Sharkawi, M. A. (2012). Electric energy: An introduction (3rd ed.). Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.
      Bratley, James (October 2018). Clean Energy Ideas. Advantages and Disadvantages of Wind Energy.
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