Wind Cube Modularized Wind Power System Concept by Liao Hsun Chen has been designed for urban city lifestyle. The concept consists of 3D wind fields since 2D design will be insufficient. The modularized design helps each unit to automatically create a circuit with the power generated by itself. The particular power then can be utilised by the families for the purpose of saving energy and reducing carbon footprint. In respect to the statistics, the average electricity usage of a household with four members is 324 kilowatt-hours per month. The “Wind Cube” is a 100-watt wind power generator. Every one can make about 21.6 kilowatt-hours per month. As a result, one “Wind Cube” can provide 1/15 of the electricity needed through a household per month. With more “Wind Cubes”, households can save more money spent on electricity and show more concern for our own earth at the same time.
- Simple 3 steps for users to build this 3D wind power system on their own. It’s very easy to use and it helps to reduce carbon footprint.
- During bad weather or strong wind, Wind Cube can retract the blades to avoid any damage, while in gentle breeze, the telescopic blades can be activated again.
- Each unit of Wind Cube is combined together to form honeycomb structure which naturally strengthen the overall structure.