A wind farm is a collection of turbines that generate electrical power through their mechanical motions when the wind pushes the blades of the turbines. These farms can feed their energy directly through transformers into the general energy grid.
There are two basic types of wind farms. Offshore projects like Masdar’s London Array and Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm in the United Kingdom are built in bodies of water, while onshore farms are constructed on land. Examples of the latter are Masdar’s Port Victoria Wind Farm in the Seychelles and the Tafila Wind Farm in Jordan.