M2Miling Investments Limited, Kingston, Ontario, Canada has licensed the technology for 10 years and will assist in building and testing of the prototype. “Their plans are to roll out manufacturing quickly after prototype testing. They have wind farms scattered around the world, and they want to implement the Airgenesis technology with others on the wind farms,” added Troxell.
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Ken langr says
Should be dual blade rotors verses tri blade. Save more weight and money. How is high cycle fatigue of downwind rotor avoided from blade and tower passing frequencies? I thought of this design thinking about rear end transaxels and also large vertical turbine pumps that can have several hundred feet of line shaft. How is tower distortion handled with line shaft alignment concerns? Is absence of more complex yaw system helpful?