30 Apr '15, 3pm

Interlocking windmills make green energy as easy as assembling LEGOs

The three dimensional system can be modified to accommodate all sorts of differing shapes and volumes required by users. Assembly is described to be as simple as putting together LEGOs, which makes the units widely accessible for buyers of varying skill levels. And the final display is quite stunning, resembling the synchronized formation of birds overhead.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/interlocking-windmills-make-green-en...

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