Yes, if wind turbines are not spinning, then they are not generating any electricity; and they need the wind to spin! Here’s a good thing to remember: Motion = Energy. (in physics, we call it Kinetic energy, meaning “energy of motion”— so whenever you have something that is moving, say a boulder rolling down a hill, or a car as it is coming to a stop at a red light, then you have available energy, which theoretically can be captured and transfered into usable electricity for all our various needs.)
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