The Quiet Revolution

January 30th, 2006 | Filed under: Architecture, Design, Products, Sustainability | 1 Comment »



The Quiet Revolution
, a vibration-free silent wind turbine developed by XCO2, slated for its first installation this March (2006), could produce 10,000 kWh per year at an average wind speed of 5.8 m/s.

via Treehugger


One Comment on “The Quiet Revolution”

  1. 1 Hitoshi Maruyama, Ph.D said at 12:07 pm on January 19th, 2007:

    I am very much interested in compact wind turbines.,

    I would greatly appreciate it, if you could give me more information of the virtical model.

    I am surprised that it would produce 10,000kw with an average wind of only 5.8m/s.

    How quiet is it?

    I am looking forward to hearing from you.


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