A wall that generates 10,000 units of electricity annually from wind power
California: Joe Dusse, an American designer, has invented a wall that generates electricity from wind, which, despite taking up very little space, can generate about 10,000 units of electricity a year.
This wall has been named as ‘Wind Turbine Wall’ and various beautiful designs have also been made for it.
Dozens of light petals are installed in each of these walls, which start spinning even with a little wind, which generates electricity.
The wind turbine wall is 24 feet wide and 8 feet high, meaning it can be easily installed on the roof of an average house.
It can also be placed in the corridor of a large house while it can also be used for office decoration.
This wall will not only help reduce the electricity bill but will also enhance the beauty of homes and offices.
It should be noted that due to the rapidly depleting natural resources of coal, oil and gas and the ever-increasing pollution, much work is being done today around the world on alternative energy sources that are environmentally friendly as well as our needs. Be able to
Due to this, the popularity of wind power is constantly increasing as it is relatively simple and easy.
At present, 743 gigawatts of wind power is being generated worldwide. It is hoped that by 2030, at least 20% of the world’s electricity needs will be met by wind power.