April 11, 2013 admin

Wind Energy with No Movable Parts

winenergyA new technology has been developed at Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science at Delft University of Technology that uses charged water particles and a circular structure made from steel to generate electricity from the wind.

The model shown in the picture was developed by Mecanoo architects and goes by the name EWICON (Electrostatic WInd Energy CONvertor).

This type of wind energy device lacks many of the problems associated with traditional wind turbines such as wind noise pollution, large maintenance costs, killing of rare bird species, and the high cost to generate electricity.

The process is very simple. Within the framework, charged water droplets are made, and they then are blown away by the wind. The movement of the droplets produces electric power that can be sent over the electricity grid.

Here’s hoping for a superior wind technology that actually might make electricity costs less and not more.

You can learn more about this project by visiting the Universities website: http://www.ewi.tudelft.nl/en/current/ewicon/


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