This post about a tidally-locked planet got me thinking about plants and wind.
Let's say plants evolve on a perpetually windy, tidally-locked earth-like planet around a sun-like star at about 1 AU. Obviously, because of the abundance of wind, it'd make sense to take advantage of all the free energy blowing around.
Would it be possible to have a plant that harnesses this kinetic energy as it's main "food" source? If not, what's keeping them from doing so?