The Power of Wind

  • Is comparatively affordable and the cost is expected to remain stable over time
  • Delivers electricity in large amounts and meets the electricity needs of more than 25 million households worldwide
  • Is generally abundant and readily available
  • Reduces air pollution
  • Operates without emitting any greenhouse gases (GHG) and has one of the lowest GHG lifecycle emissions of any power technology
  • Has created 66% more jobs than a nuclear power plant and 30% more jobs than a coal plant per unit of energy generated
  • In the U.S. during the next 20 years is expected to provide farmers and rural landowners with $1.2 billion in new income, $60 billion in capital investment to rural America, and 80,000 new jobs
  • Can help to meet growing energy demand without an increase in fossil fuel consumption


  • 960 wings per ring
  • 6 months to build
  • Effective at low or high wind speeds
  • 10 tons
  • Standard truck shipping
  • Smaller size, more power per unit, per acreage


  • 3 blades
  • 2 years to build
  • Produces power from 11 MPH to 24 MPH max
  • 100 tons
  • Special 150' truck shiping
  • Larger unit, more space needed.

Why is our windmill better?

There has been over 11 years of innovation, concepts, testing, planning, prototyping and engineering to result in a significant improvement over conventional wind generation devices.

The best parts of today’s 3 bladed windmills are the tips of the blades. The tips of the blades travel at the highest speed while turning, tips pass through the greatest volume of air, the tips have the finest aerodynamic shape of the propeller, the tips are the farthest surface from the center of the hub for the highest leverage and the tips carry the highest inertia. The problem with the tips of today’s windmills is that out of the 100 tons of windmill swinging 150-foot blades, less than 10% of today’s windmills are tips. Our current Global Clean Energy Device multiplies the tip surface area by thousands of times. By placing thousands of aerodynamic tips at the highest distance from the center of rotation. The Windmill converts wind energy to large numbers of revolutions per minute of high torque leverage, in other words, POWER.