U.S. Department of Energy/Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
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4.1 Humans transfer and transform energy.
Various sources of energy are used to power human activities .
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- While this video covers the basics of wind energy technology, there is no discussion of social, environmental, and economic impacts of wind turbines.
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