The first use of wind power, in any capacity, dates back to more than 5,000 years ago. In approximately 3200 B.C., ancient Egyptians invented the sailboat which has prevailed as the most common water transportation in human history. The Dutch conceptualized wind power – in pump form – to remove water from flooded fields, and that development led to the windmill.
Humans have utilized wind as a form of power for thousands of years, beginning with its use to propel ships with sails.
The first windmill created ostensibly for the creation of electricity was made by James Blyth, a Scottish engineer and professor. He used this windmill and wind turbine to power his home in Mayhill which became the first home to be power by electricity generated by wind.
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