Wind power is considered to be a promising and encouraging alternative for power generation because of its tremendous environmental and social benefits. In general, windmills use conventional turbines, which are similar in principle and working of a typical hydro turbine. The question is usually not whether a wind turbine can be designed to optimize the power production at the site, but rather whether an existing wind turbine with a certain design can be modified in order to improve the power production. In this paper, the various methods for improving the wind turbine power output were investigated experimentally and theoretically. The variation in the current-voltage (I-V) output characteristics and the performance of the wind turbine rotor was observed. The proposed setup utilizes a magnetically augmented rotation system for improving drive wheel and prime mover (i.e., wind power in this case) efficiency by operating at various wind speeds.