A mini domestic wind power plant has been created: it is silent, space-saving and vibration-free


Scientific development is mainly moving towards the construction of machinery that favors the production of clean energy, and that protects and safeguards the environment. These objectives are achievable through the study and constant use of renewable energy. Until now, the focus has been mainly on photovoltaics, i.e. producing electricity from the sun’s rays. However, solar panels require a lot of space, and not everyone can afford to install them. For this reason, some companies are focusing on creating tools to exploit wind power.

This company has created a mini wind farm that, in addition to being compact, is silent and free of vibrations.

This innovative system was created by the Texan company Aeromine Technologies. The product is nothing more than a bladeless mini-wind turbine, that appears to be immobile.

This small power plant must be placed above the roofs of houses or buildings. It is a cylinder that has side wings. Its functionality is enclosed in the design precisely because it is the wings that allow the amplification of the airflow. In this way, the wind is captured and amplified so that it can allow the turbine, hidden inside the cylinder, to turn and produce electricity .

The company, through a press release, wanted to underline the enormous potential of their product, explaining that the machinery is ” designed to work perfectly with the existing electrical system of the building. The combination of Aeromine with the photovoltaic on the roof can generate up to 100 percent of the energy requirement “.

A real breakthrough in the energy sector that favors the production of energy. One of the criticisms that is often made of wind farms concerns their grandeur, which could compromise the beauty of the landscape, and, above all, the noise.

Thanks to the Aeromarine system, these problems are eliminated because, in addition to being vibration-free (because it is almost immobile), it minimizes noise and its impact on the landscape, as it is designed to be placed on buildings with flat roofs, such as those of stores.

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