Apple of my Eyes

Monday, February 16, 2009

Bangui Wind Mills

Not the whole part of our electricity comes from gasoline. In fact, they might be generated from strong-surging waterfalls cascading through the sharp, jagged rocks. But in Bangui, Ilocos Norte's case, part of their electricity is supplied in electromechanical processes in the form of giant -and I do mean giant- windmills.

No, not just one nor two. But fifteen. Yeah, you got that right. Fifteen gigantic wind-propelled machines supplying the whole town's electric need. Take a look for yourself and have your own opinion on their ingenuity.

Posted by Ann :: 8:09 AM :: 3 Comments:

Post / Read Comments