Southwest Wind Power

1801 W. Rt. 66
Flagstaff
86001

Southwest Wind Power

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Southwest Windpower is the world's leading producer of small wind turbines. Since 1987, we've pioneered new technologies to make renewable energy simple. Whether you're looking to reduce your home electric bills or power a home, boat or business off the grid, we offer a range of wind power systems to help you.

(928) 779-1485

www.windenergy.com

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If I may make a suggestion: I read somewhere about an idea to make small wind power belts. Instead of using a turbine, they use a belt that is stretched across an opening, with a magnet at one end. As wind hits it, the belt vibrates, causing a current.
I think you should look into it.

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If I may make a suggestion: I read somewhere about an idea to make small wind power belts. Instead of using a turbine, they use a belt that is stretched across an opening, with a magnet at one end. As wind hits it, the belt vibrates, causing a current.
I think you should look into it.

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If I may make a suggestion: I read somewhere about an idea to make small wind power belts. Instead of using a turbine, they use a belt that is stretched across an opening, with a magnet at one end. As wind hits it, the belt vibrates, causing a current.
I think you should look into it.

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If I may make a suggestion: I read somewhere about an idea to make small wind power belts. Instead of using a turbine, they use a belt that is stretched across an opening, with a magnet at one end. As wind hits it, the belt vibrates, causing a current.
I think you should look into it.

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