| +/- generator:source=wind
A wind turbine is a device that converts kinetic energy from the wind into mechanical energy. If the mechanical energy is used to produce electricity, the device may be called a wind generator.
Other energy sources
|nuclear||All generators converting nuclear power to another kind of energy. It can be whether fission or fusion, according to generator:method=*|
|wind||Generators using wind power to produce mechanical energy or electricity.|
|hydro||Generators taking water input and produces mechnaical energy or electricity|
|tidal||Generators taking tidal water input on shores and produces mechnaical energy or electricity|
|geothermal||Generator converting heat from eath to steam or electricity.|
Take care when choosing the source. For example, a power generator that takes waste as its primary fuel, turns it into biogas and then burns the biogas should be tagged with generator:source=waste. If, however, this generator takes shipments of biogas that were processed from waste elsewhere (or from an other intermediate generator), then it should be tagged with generator:source=biogas.
Please correct this table if you found any error and add missing values!