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    Thursday, September 01, 2016

    The Breeze In The Trees Whispers New Energies

    Man-made “wind trees” will finally make it possible to power homes using turbines

    Melody Schreiber, August 23, 2016 (Quartz)

    “…Energy from wind is the fastest-growing source of electricity in the world, according to the Union of Concerned Scientists…[but has mostly taken place on a large scale] because wind energy is most efficient when it’s capturing very strong winds…[Wind Trees (Arbres à Vent) from France’s New Wind have ‘leaves’ painted green, with curves that hold dozens of tiny blades soundlessly harnessing] energy from wind speeds of less than five mph…The latest design is just under 30 feet tall and 23 feet wide, sporting a total of 54 leaf-turbines that can capture up to 5.4 kilowatts of energy at a time…[This could] meet half of the average French household’s annual energy needs; run a small, low-consumption office for 12 months; or charge an electric car for 10,000 miles each year]…A 5.4 kW solar array would take up about 430 square feet of roof space—not an option for those living in apartments or houses without direct sunlight…[A] wind tree’s curved branches could be attached to any balcony or rooftop, even in areas that don’t get much wind.” click here for more

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