Why wind power as a source of energy?
Wind power as primary source of energy is highly dependent on a consistent wind of approximately 16 to 24 Kmh on average. Many places in Canada do not have a consistent wind, and it is usually light.
However, it is highly recommended as a complement to any Solar or photovoltaic installation. What this means is that you will generate power when the sun is out and when it is dark. Due to the municipal by-laws, one should check if a wind generator can be installed in your neighbourhood.
In Canada it is recommended because of the shorter daylight hours in the winter time, to put up a wind turbine.