How does a wind mill works?
it spins to generate power for the houses
(and for golf)
There is a turbine in the wind mill. When the wind turns the blades on the wind mill, the generator inside cranks backwards createing power. The way it does this is that it turns a copper wire inside. One mill can create enough power for -currently- 90 homes. If there is alot of wind in that area that year.
it makes it by less weight and to ,make sure you put ur wind mill in a place were there is a lot of wind ============================= A windmill doesn't "make wind". The windmill is built in a place where there's plenty of wind. When the wind blows, it makes the windmill turn, and the turning is used to do useful work, like grinding grain, pumping water, or producing electricity.