Innovation: Wind energy without blades and without noise sets a new paradigm in renewable generation

When a group of Spanish entrepreneurs came up with the idea to advance in the use of a new wind bladeless technology it seemed nut job, but five years later the idea has become a project and the project turned into a new technology that is useful for both large and small sized businesses.

Go Eco Green21 . Fewer noise, less space, more savings and above all, it does not kill birds in the process like most wind power technologies. This is the new wind energy technology that is shaking things up in Spain and is called Vortex Bladeless. David Yañez, David Suriol and Raúl Martín, are the parents of the technological creature that is making history and is setting a new ecological trend worldwide.

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Vortex Bladeless consists of a vertical conical cylinder anchored to the ground by an elastic rod that, with the passage of air around it, oscillates and, thanks to a system of coils and magnets, allows the generation of electricity with that movement.

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The new Vortex technology creates a model of wind turbines different from those we know today, those that move in a different way, but that provide many advantages. A report carried by Go Eco Green21 states that Vortex is 60% more effective than the wind technology that we know today, producing less noise, in less space and avoiding the death of thousands of birds that are hit by traditional windmills.


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