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Greenerator – renewable energy generator for apartments in high-rise buildings

Since many people now live in apartments in high-rise buildings, it’s not always possible for homeowners to install a rooftop solar array or a wind turbine. Industrial designer Jonathan Globerson has come up with a solution for such homeowners in the form of a renewable energy generator called the Greenerator.
The Greenerator is equipped with a vertical axis wind turbine and flexible solar panels and can be installed in balconies. The energy generated by the system can be used to power a computer or other appliances within the home. The designer believes that each unit can reduce your electricity bills by 6 percent and can save 2000 pounds of CO2 emissions annually.

Source: www.ecofriend.com

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