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The wind turbine Honeycomb with its outstanding provocative design gives an offensive example how to contribute to the ideal of a green, sustainable and wealthy metropolis: hidden resources on windy roofs are explored to create new resources for the cities inhabitants. The hexagonal shroud around the rotor allows individual “comb”-arrangements to meet any electricity need. In the aerodynamic point of view winds are accelerated and canalized through the nozzle-diffusor shaped inside of the shroud. Consisting out of only 47 different parts, which fit all into an elevator, the turbine is cheap in production and installation.
Peter Otto Vosding,