Piezoelectrics have been used in several recent works to extract energy from the environment. This study examines the average wind speed across Iran and evaluates the amount of extracted voltage from vortex-induced vibrations with the piezoelectric cantilever beam (Euler–Bernoulli beam). This study aims to compute the maximum extracted voltage from polyvinylidene fluoride piezoelectric cantilever beam at the resonance from vortex-induced vibration to supply wireless network sensors, self-powered systems, and actuators. This simulation is proposed for the first-ranked meteorological station at its mean velocity over six years (2015–2020), and the finite element method is used for this numerical computation. The wind data of 76 meteorological stations in Iran over the mentioned period at the elevation of 10 m are collected every three hours and analyzed. Based on the statistical data, it is indicated that Zabol, Siri Island, and Aligudarz stations had recorded the maximum mean wind speed over the period at 6.42, 4.73, and 4.42 m/s, respectively, and then energy harvesting at the mean wind speed of top-ranked station (Zabol) is simulated. The prevailing wind directions are also studied with WRPLOT view software, and the wind vector field of 15 top-ranked stations is plotted. For energy harvesting simulation, periodic vortex shedding behind the bluff body, known as vortex-induced vibration, is considered numerically (finite element method). The piezoelectric cantilever beam is at a millimeter-scale and has a natural frequency of 630 Hz in its mode shapes to experience resonance phenomenon, which leads to maximum extracted voltage. The maximum extracted voltages for three piezoelectric cantilever beams with the natural frequency of 630 Hz with the wind speed of 6 m/s are 1.17, 1.52, and 0.043 mV, which are suitable for remote sensing, supplying self-power electronic devices, wireless networks, actuators, charging batteries, and setting up smart homes or cities. To achieve this, several energy harvesters with various dimensions should be placed in different orientations to utilize most of the blown wind.