Trees Producing Electricity Using Wind Turbines

Jérôme Michaud-Larivière has just redefined wind turbines using trees.


Trees Producing Electricity

Jérôme Michaud-Larivière has just redefined wind turbines.

The conventional dull-looking wind power generators in open fields are almost always an eye sore, but a startup from Paris manned by Michaud-Larivière has created the Tree Wind, which, as the name suggests, is a wind turbine that takes the shape of a tree. It features leaves that capture wind energy, pretty much like a miniature version of wind turbines only put in tree with trunk made of steel. It is only capable of producing 3.1 kW as its output; but when a series of it are used altogether, they can produce enough power for the streetlights or even offset some of the energy consumption of the nearby homes.

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