High ridges and eminences of all kinds will in the future be selected as the sites of wind-power and accumulator plants.
wind-power, again, has been to a large extent neglected since the advent of the steam-engine.
Except for pumping and moving boats and ships, wind-power finds its occupation gone.
There is also wind-power, now used to a limited extent by means of wind-mills.
The lack of streams and water-power is thus supplied by air-currents and wind-power.
A curious custom of praying by wind-power, probably borrowed from the Tibetans, prevails among the Shokas.
The prayers moved by wind-power are merely long strips of cloth on which prayers are often printed.
In no other part of the world is wind-power so extensively used.