This Motionless Wind Turbine Is 50% More Efficient Than Normal Turbines

The concept of on-site motionless wind turbines is making great strides in science and technology due to its eye-popping capability of wind harvesting system. Recently, Aeromine Technologies has unveiled this revolutionary concept, which when embedded with solar energy systems can generate an optimal amount of energy and will be more efficient than the existing wind turbine system. Not to mention, the system totally takes into consideration the idea of a green and sustainable environment and is independent of causing any harm to the atmosphere.

Coupled with this, an aerodynamic system has been installed in this motionless wind turbine system in order to efficiently activate the airflow from each building. One of the most intriguing things about this technology is that it requires only 10% of the space but performs a variety of functions continuously regardless of any weather condition or other situations. In addition to this, about 20-40 units have been embedded on the sides of the building which are exactly in direction of the wind to ensure the efficiency of the system.

These units, in turn, can generate energy by establishing a connection with the building’s own internal electrical system and thus, become able to successfully generate energy of up to 100%. As per the company, “Aeromine Technologies’ patented motionless wind harvesting system generates up to 50 percent more energy at the same cost as rooftop solar PV.” It further stated, “Aeromine’s proprietary technology brings the performance of wind energy to the on-site generation market, mitigating legacy constraints posed by spinning wind turbines and less efficient solar panels.”

Similarly, Aeromine CEO David Asarnow, who is also a veteran of the climate technology industry, said, “This is a game-changer adding new value to the fast-growing rooftop power generation market, helping corporations meet their resilience and sustainability goals with an untapped distributed renewable energy source.” However, this technology would greatly benefit commercial property owners in terms of saving energy costs as the system is highly economical.

To that end, the technology has been defined by Aeromine Technologies as, “It is understanding the untapped potential of wind energy and limitations of existing rooftop energy options to capture it.” Hence, the team went to great lengths to achieve this sophisticated yet emerging technology which has extensive scope in the near future.

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