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A Wind Turbine for Your Home

January 19th, 2010

This wind turbine mounts on top of your home and claims to produce more than 20 percent of the electricity needs of the average household. It was deveoped by WindTronics, of Muskegon, Mich., and is being jointly marketed under the Honeywell name.

Fascinating — I didn’t know wind turbine technology had progressed to the scale of a single home.

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    RT @marvinwindows: A wind turbine for your home–fascinating new product from WindTronics and Honeywell. [link to post] #ibs2010

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    [...] that provides less power but is small enough to go on the roof of your house, check out our recent profile of the WindTronics wind turbine, which was on display at this year’s International Builders [...]

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