Traditionally wind is harnessed to move an object that helps generate energy, such as in a windmill. The turning of blades helps turn parts of a generator to create electricity. This is not so with a windsock, which, once caught in a breeze, will fill and remain stationary, and change only if wind power or direction changes. The sock is only indicative of wind direction and speed then, and is not really designed for energy generation.
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