Do bigger wind turbines produce more power?



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    Yes, they do, generally. “Utility-scale” turbines produce from 100 kilowatts to the several megawatt range. The larger of these are the HUGE turbines found on wind farms.

    Smaller turbines produce 100 kilowatts or lower, and are often used domestically, for telecommunications, or for water pumps. Of course, size isn’t the only factor that dictates power created. Let’s say we have two turbines within the “smaller turbine” range, one physically larger and one physically smaller. The smaller one could still produce more power if its technology were overall more efficient than the larger one’s.

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