turbine

George Washington University
Self-repairing wind turbines could forever alter the economy of energy, but it needs the funding to get there.
Carleton College is proud to be a Second Nature Climate Leadership award finalist for the second year in a row. Through formal adoption of its Statement of Environmental Principles, Carbon Neutrality Value Statement, and Climate Action Plan,... Read More
Planet Forward
All of Second Nature’s Climate Leadership Award Finalists were asked to create a 1-3 minute video highlighting their climate innovation on campus. Our online community was asked to decide who the most innovative campus was. After more than 14,000... Read More
Individual Inventor/Self Taught
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Tornadoes and hurricanes are dangerous, but they also inspire new innovations in the renewable energy field. New turbines mimic those storms’ spiral rotations, hoping to generate energy cleanly and inexpensively!
Retired from USDA
Here are my thoughts. Those huge windmills use wind to create energy. A typical car has shafts or axles connected to the wheels and when the wheels turn, the car moves. Now, what if we use the windmill concept on a miniature scale to create a self-... Read More
Do you know where your electricity comes from? Have you ever wanted to visit the source? The electricity for John Fischer's company Sticker Giant, comes from 100% wind power via Xcel Energy. John wanted to see where his power was generated, so he... Read More