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    Combining solar and wind power in one renewable energy generation system

    November 15, 2022 - Indian Manufacturing News


      November 15 -- Unéole, a company based in France, has designed the ideal renewable energy generation system by combining wind turbines and solar panels in just one setup. The innovative design is ideal for urban buildings with high energy demands but little space to accommodate the required infrastructure.

      Designers have turned to vertical-axis wind turbines to harness wind power without having to build tall structures.

      The demand for renewable energies is bringing a lot of innovation to the market. While companies like Siemens are making giant wind turbines that can tap into the flowing energies over the seas, there are companies working on windows that can generate power with the sunlight they receive.

      Countries that are keen to reduce their carbon emissions are building giant solar and wind farms that will power millions of homes, while individual homeowners have the option to go solo and pick smaller energy systems that produce enough energy to keep the house and even the electric car off the grid.

      Unéole’s genius does not lie in just combining the two technologies in one setup but in going above and beyond existing technologies to make the setup truly eco-friendly. The vertical turbines are built using materials such as aluminum and stainless steel that are either recycled or can be recycled after their life cycle.


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