In wind power, the goal is to convert wind force into usable energy. The faster the wind blows, the more energy is available.
But to maximize wind force efficiency, wouldn't it make sense to extract as much wind passing through a given area as possible. With current wind turbine blade designs, only the outer 30% of a blade produces any meaningful torque and the blades are less than 5% of the total disk area?
Indeed the physics of conventional wind turbine design are seriously flawed...
MAX-V Turbine Technology
The efficiency and scalability of the Max-V means the technology can be applied not just for industrial use but also residential and commercial applications. Both first and third world countries can benefit from the technology with greater power output, easy portability and installation, environmental benefits and lower manufacturing costs resulting in cheaper electricity!