VAWT Vertical Axis Wind Turbine 10 watt envirosponsible


10W VAWT in action. This is just a teaser. We’re going to hook up a wind/solar system, so stay tuned. We’ve since gotten all of these components hooked up to make a portable power station. It’s all contained in a barrel that has a removable lid, so accessing the 12 volt battery and trouble lamp is easy. If the power grid went down, this would give me some light at night.

12 Comments on "VAWT Vertical Axis Wind Turbine 10 watt envirosponsible"

  1. I also want to know who you bought this from I want to get one but, would like to have a larger wattage like at least 50 for that price.\

  2. posmatt2001 | June 18, 2010 at 1:58 am |

    What is the name of the ocmpany you purchased the Vawt from?

  3. POMPAYPEE | June 18, 2010 at 2:54 am |

    hey bro great video, I was wondering if you have the design specs for the blades and the angle you used for it?

  4. brown55061 | June 18, 2010 at 3:42 am |

    I think he meant, could you put this on a car and let the wind generate power for you. Not sure if the drag would overcome the power it would generate for you, possibly for making Hydrogen to power an engine. But its an interesting concept.

  5. omnicleric | June 18, 2010 at 4:41 am |

    What’s the company’s name?

  6. Hope these come in the kW’s? Then I would buy like 20 and them buy a lot of Batterys just incase the wind dies down and I would also buy at least 10 Solar Panels to then I should be all set and never pay for electricty again they will Pay Me mwahahahahaha gotta Luv Queensland Laws in Aus =)

  7. WSBToulouse | June 18, 2010 at 6:07 am |

    I would like to know the name of the company where you bought this VAWT. I would like to buy one.

  8. envirosponsible | June 18, 2010 at 6:32 am |

    No, I bought it from a company in New Jersey for $200 USD.

  9. nice home built.

  10. Ifs this something you built yourself?

  11. envirosponsible | June 18, 2010 at 7:51 am |

    That’s a vague question. What do you mean specifically?

  12. would it work on a car?.

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