Windmill Model

  • Working Windmill model with a single propeller motor and four LED lights
  • Demonstrates the process of electricity generation using wind power
  • Engaging hands-on learning experiences for school students
  • Easy to operate and observe the correlation between wind speed and electricity generation
  • Our Windmill model is perfect for classroom demonstrations and reinforces knowledge of renewable energy sources.

Original price was: ₹500.Current price is: ₹300. (Exc. GST)

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  • Pick up from the Samtech Store in Ambala

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  • Courier delivery

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  • Warranty 1 year
  • Free 7-Day Replacement


Wind energy is a form of renewable energy that harnesses the power of the wind to generate electricity. It is one of the oldest and most widely used clean energy sources. The concept of wind power dates back thousands of years, with early civilizations utilizing windmills to grind grain and pump water. However, it wasn’t until the late 19th century that the first electricity-generating wind turbines were developed.

Over the years, wind energy technology has significantly evolved. The first modern windmill model, with a capacity of 1.25 megawatts, was installed in Denmark in 1979. Since then, wind turbines have become more efficient, and their size and power have increased dramatically. Advances in aerodynamics, materials, and control systems have enhanced their performance and reliability.

One of the significant advantages of wind energy is its environmental friendliness. Wind power produces zero emissions and reduces reliance on fossil fuels, helping to mitigate climate change and air pollution. Additionally, wind energy is a renewable resource, as the wind is a naturally occurring phenomenon that will continue for generations.

Wind energy is expected to play a more significant role as technology advances in the global energy landscape. Ongoing research and development aim to improve efficiency, increase turbine lifespan, and explore innovative designs. With its abundance and sustainability, wind energy holds immense potential to meet the world’s growing energy demands while reducing carbon emissions and promoting a greener future.