Disruptive Motionless Mini Wind Turbines for Rooftops Claims Edge over Rooftop Solar

By: | October 20th, 2022

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There is unprecedented interest in on-site renewable energy. Apart from solar panels, there have been attempts to bring wind turbines to the rooftops to generate on-site renewable energy.

But there are challenges!

A typical wind turbine is massive, its spinning blades are noisy, distracting, and kill birds.

But thanks to a revolutionary bladeless wind energy solution, companies can meet their resilience and sustainability goals now.

A Texas-based start-up, Aeromine Technologies has designed this game-changing device

Unlike noisy and visually intrusive wind turbines, Aeromine’s motionless wind energy system is safe. It has no moving parts, stays quiet, and just needs to be installed on the edge of the rooftop of the building facing the prevailing wind direction to utilize untapped wind energy for onsite power generation.

The technology leverages aerodynamics like race car airfoils to capture and amplify each building’s airflow.

It requires just 10 percent of the roof space needed by solar panels. Aeromine units can generate around-the-clock energy in any weather. Aeromine’s patented innovative solution can produce 50% more power than other sustainable energy at the same cost.

Because the units sit at the edge of the building, 20 to 40 such units can be lined up in a row while the rest of the roof can still use solar.

Aeromine CEO David Asarnow, a veteran of the climate technology industry said “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.”

Nidhi Goyal

Nidhi is a gold medalist Post Graduate in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences.

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