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F l o w a h
The Flowah is a new kind high yield wind turbine.
The turbine has a horizontal axis turbine and can be used to either supplement electricity generation, heat water or contribute to grid manufacturing of AeroHydrogen-methanol fuel.
The turbine captures and converts airflow in a new way, with also significant reductions in visual impact. Unlike the sister vertical axis wind turbine the AeroGeni, the Flowah is not scaleable but it can be mounted in sequences and patterns in order to extract more power and further reduce installation cost through multiple application. These sequence options are explained in the proposal document.
The Flowah is an elegant object visually complimenting buildings.
Contact invited, but an NDA must be signed as part of the review.
flowah - clean power for home and industry
easy-install wind turbine that mounts on existing structures
Flowah + Solbrero - wind and sun
The Flowah also has a plug-in solar module called the Solbrero.
There are many advantages to combining a wind and solar unit, not least commonality of components and most significantly, elimination of installation and commissioning - just plug straight in to the existing Flowah.
This provides a relatively cheap way into solar-wind generation and because sunny days are often windless, the generating unit itself gets to increase days of useful contribution and shorten amortisation.
With an economic return coming sooner, the economic model for determining the value of installation becomes favourable, even before subsidies or environmental benefits are factored in.