What are the cons of wind energy to power ovens?





Question: What are the cons of wind energy to power ovens?

Answer: The disadvantages of using wind energy to power ovens are the same disadvantages of using wind energy in the first place or using electric ovens vs gas. For example, wind farms use more land than conventional power plants and pose a risk to birds. Some users of electric ovens complain that they don’t heat as evenly as a gas oven and that they leave a residual moistness after use that sometimes results in rusting that wouldn’t occur with a gas oven. Essentially wind energy is used to produce electricity which could be used to power electric ovens so the only cons are those associated with either wind energy or electric ovens when compared to alternatives.

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