Baptized as Greenerator, it can produce enough energy for a daily domestic consumption one TV, one fridge, two laptops, one desktop, a hi-fi system and four 40W lamp bulbs.
The design is based on a wind power turbine in a vertical shaft, hanging from a structure of flexible solar panels that work as a support, and it's been designed to be able to be put up on the terrace of your house or even on your windowsill.
Greenarator allows the possibility for each home to be able to generate its own energy without needing to share communal solar panels or wind power turbines. Another advantage of this prototype is its dismantling-assembly for dummies design that will allow you to save the cost of a technical installation service.
According to the designer, each Greenerator can reduce the electricity bills a minimum of 6% and it can help to save one ton of CO2 emissions per year per home.
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