Wind power is seeing more ubiquitous use, it is the fastest growing form of renewables in many places, in spite of right wing resistance. The main reason is that the turbines are cheap to make, require the least amount of fossil fuels, and the companies building them are big, a lot like those building power plants. The centralized nature of Wind farm power is essential to be compatible with our (energycredit) banking system. As long as a sector has billions in turnover it can lobby and push politics to embrace it’s product, even cutting out stand alone turbines to keep to the centralized paradigm.
We want to add something to the mix, because we think it can substantially reduce emissions and keep people alive and comfortable in the coming winters. Wind energy can be used to generate heat, and winter is a time of year with much wind.