Flower power: how one company is beautifying the wind turbine
Tulip-shaped ‘eco-art’ turbines address common complaints about noise, danger to wildlife and ugliness
Tulips and flowers could help harness the power of the wind, after a green energy company came up with its own spin on wind power in an “eco-art” design.
Flower Turbines, based in the US and the Netherlands, has installations across Rotterdam, Amsterdam, parts of Germany, Israel and Colombia. The company aims to democratise green energy for everyone and make small windfarms a leading player in the green energy industry.