As a technician who actually worked on a large windfarm (Kahuku, Hawaii, with both the HECO turbines & the NASA-Boeing turbine), I can say that you are somewhat deluded IF you think that 100% of the electrons doing work in your home (which you pay for in your electrical bill) come from wind energy. Find out how much power is generated by the ENTIRE grid you are on, then divide that by the amount of wind-generated power provided to that grid. The percentage is what you GET but you (and anyone else who pays extra for wind power) subsidize all others not paying for wind power. Paying extra? That's nice but Chuang-Tsu's writings remind us that 'virtue is consumed by fame.'
ALL wind generated power is co-generated (unless YOU have YOUR wind turbine directly connected to YOUR home), meaning the main grid must be online for wind generators to contribute. They disconnect if the main grid goes down, otherwise they suffer damage trying to produce too much. Wind power is still merely an 'add-on' to the world of electrical power. Some day, maybe, it will have a grid all its own.