Carbon emission reduction is our world's biggest challenge.
In response to the global demand for an increase in clean energy, wind turbines are getting larger, but this alone is not the answer.
Large turbines demand increased use of scarce resources such as suitable land, sea and raw materials.
More raw materials + more land = higher costs, restrictions in available manufacturing space, a larger carbon footprint from increased manufacturing and transportation requirements, plus increased issues sourcing the extra materials.
Further problems include increased noise, shadow flicker, visual and environmental impact, radar interference and bird strikes.
The Windstorm unit utilises an enhanced turbine technology system, enabling the unit to produce 27x more mechanical power output when compared to existing un-enhanced wind turbine solutions.
When compared with existing Horizontal Axis Wind Turbine (HAWT) technology, the Windstorm system has the potential to generate comparable power output - but with much smaller turbine systems.
Our wind farms will have a much higher density of power output and will cover less than 1% of the land required by current HAWT wind farms.
Higher Density of Power Output
Secretary-General of the United Nations
7th November 2022
COP27 UN Climate Summit - Egypt
Despite significant investment, our research shows a host of challenges are still facing the Renewable Wind Industry, and that the current solutions using existing Horizontal Axis Wind Turbine designs, will ultimately fail to achieve the 2030 / 2050 Net Zero energy targets.
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