aeroleaf hybrid's tree-shaped wind turbine includes solar panels for dual energy production

aeroleaf hybrid's tree-shaped wind turbine includes solar panels for dual energy production

New world wind’s aeroleaf hybrid technology for green energy

 

Energy company New World Wind develops Aeroleaf Hybrid technology, a micro-wind turbine in the shape of a tree whose leaves capture the air as they rotate. At the foot of each leaf, the petal reveals attached solar panels that help capture sunlight to enable Aeroleaf Hybrid technology to produce consistent energy in two modes. New World Wind says that since 2017, it has been a player in the game of green energy production, and its recent installations of wind turbines with solar panels can testify.

 

On October 11th, New World Wind welcomed its first Aeroleaf Hybrid in Birmingham, UK. Its tree-shaped wind turbine stands tall on a hill, and its leaves keep rotating to capture the air and solar panels absorb sunlight just below the leaves. In September 2023, New World Wind teamed up with Tom Tits Experiment, a science museum in Södertälje, Sweden, to plant its Aeroleaf Hybrid within the property, enabling one of Sweden’s largest science centers to be powered by green electricity production.

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New World Wind’s Aeroleaf Hybrid capture wind and solar power at once

 

 

tree-shaped wind turbine with solar panels attached to petals

 

New World Wind draws inspiration from nature for the design of the Aeroleaf Hybrid. Unlike traditional wind turbines and solar panel platforms, the tree-shaped energy generator can integrate well into the green and urban landscape, as if it were planted there in the first place and just grew on its own. The dubbed technology is encompassed in the three design features that New World Wind has under its belt, all of which can play with the option of including or removing the attached solar panels.

 

What kind of tree-shaped wind turbine with solar panels should be installed depends on the needs of the consumer. The Wind Tree may be more suitable for companies and large communities, given its numerous number of rotating leaves for wind power. Its colors can also be changed, from the trunks and branches to the colors of the leaves. Personalization is at its core since it can be fitted with LED lamps so it doubles as a lamp post and even comes equipped with a charging station to charge electric cars or USB ports so people can sit below the man-made tree wind turbine and charge their electronics.

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the tree-shaped wind turbine can be fitted with solar panels for dual energy production

 

 

If the Wind Tree is deemed tall and large to occupy an allotted space, Wind Palm may be an ideal alternative. It is made up of three to five steel trunks and branches with 18 to 30 rotating leaves. New World Wind says the consumer can set this up along the road or in public and private gardens with the option of adding the solar panels at the bottom of the leaves for extra energy generation.

 

Smaller than Wind Palm, the Wind Bush comes next in line. It may be the simplest tree-shaped wind turbine to build in New World Wind’s repertoire. It rises from a small concrete basement and only carries 12 rotating leaves with 16 solar panels fixed on the petals to unfurl its Aeroleaf Hybrid technology. The Wind Bush fits smaller communities, areas, and neighborhoods that need powering up or may want to transition to generating green electricity.

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New World Wind draws inspiration from nature for the design of Aeroleaf Hybrid

 

 

Dual energy production to be installed anywhere

 

New World Wind says that Aeroleaf (Hybrid) is a patented micro wind turbine composed of a leaf-shaped double blade with a vertical axis and a synchronous micro-generator with permanent magnets. They can be installed anywhere, be it on a roof, a terrace, a pylon, or where the weakest winds blow. A single Aeroleaf can generate a minimum of 300 watts while the Hybrid version starts from 336 watts.

 

Since interested consumers may want in-depth information about its technology, New World Wind prepared documents for its Aeroleaf and Hybrid versions detailing the technical details of the wind turbine. As of publishing the story, New World Wind shares that its Aeroleaf (Hybrid) technology is deployed in 130 locations around the globe, including Spain, the Netherlands, Canada, Australia, Mexico, Portugal, Nigeria, France, the United Arab Emirates, and the United States.

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sample of New World Wind’s tree-shaped wind turbine with solar panels

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Aeroleaf Hybrid’s wind turbine with solar panels in Albania, Tirana

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New World Wind offers Aeroleaf Hybrid in three options, depending on the consumer’s size and technology needs

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the colors around New World Wind’s Aeroleaf Hybrid and wind turbine with solar panels can also be changed

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New World Wind’s Aeroleaf Hybrid and tree-shaped wind turbine with solar panels

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