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July 18, 2019, 9 a.m. PDT


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  • chin K July 16, 2019, 5:20 p.m. PDT
    I got a major break through in wind turbines, that I've built and proven is the most powerful wind energy system in existence but I cant get it into manufacturing bc nobody will listen to me and let me demonstrate my revolutionary new world saving technology to them, it's a simple math mathematic formula that I've discovered that proves I am correct: A×V=taetdw, meaning area × velocity = total available energy to do work, here check out my test run of a 6 ft prototype that produced 3,000+ watts in a 25 mph, that's a world record in itself. Check out my video and see my worlds most powerful wind turbine technology,
    if built to scale: one 500 ft diameter wind turbine marketed as mobile offshore power plant can produce over 100 megawatts per unit in comparison to a vestas v-1644 that has a diameter of 535 ft and can only produce 9 million watts per unit in peak wind conditions.
    What have I got to do to get somebody to listen to me and let me prove to them my technology ??
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    • chin K July 18, 2019, 10:51 a.m. PDT
      They wont see it if its 10 miles out in the ocean, the manufacturing cost to watt percentage is not a big factor when you compare it to 2 gigawatt coal power / natural gas, hydro, solar, and nuclear power. Infact my systems should be less expensive , figure this say one 500 ft infinitenergy Geo 100 megawatt offshore mobile power plant cost $250 million each, so that's a total cost of $5 billion for 2 gw generating capacity.
      e.g. Three Gorges Dam project would cost 180 billion yuan (US$22.5 billion).

      Owner(s): China Yangtze Power (subsidiary of China Three Gorges Corporation)

      Construction cost: ¥203 billion (US$31.765 billion)

      Type of dam: Gravity dam

      Creates: Three Gorges Reservoir