Windstrument Wind Turbine Provides Renewable Energy With its Orchid-like Design
Posted By Y. Van On October 12, 2012 @ 4:00 pm In green technology,Renewable Energy,Wind Power | 1 Comment
Asahi Kasei Plastics N.A.  is working with Unified Energies International  to develop the Windstrument , a wind turbine that aims to bring affordable renewable energy  to the world. The Windstrument is developed for both residential use and utility-scale projects, including entire communities, industrial centers, and agricultural groups. The rooftop or pole-mounted system is affordable, quiet, powerful, bird-safe, and scalable. The device was extensively tested in Jacobs/Ford Detroit wind tunnel and field tested for over 3 years in one of the harshest climates on earth. Thanks to its beautiful orchid-like design (which can be adapted to local environments), the Windstrument is anything but an eyesore.
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 Asahi Kasei Plastics N.A.: http://www.asahikaseiplastics.com/
 Unified Energies International: http://www.unifiedenergies.com/
 Windstrument: http://www.windstrument.com/
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