Helix Wind Turbines Use Wind to Generate a Signal for Your Phone

By: Brian G Randles - Published: Oct 1, 2009 • References: igreenspot & gizmag
The people at Helix Wind Corporation have been inspired by the fact that people use cell phones more than any other device and have developed Helix Wind Turbines.

Cell phone towers have to be powered by something (usually coal), so why not have the wind power stake its claim as signal provider to what is our most frequently used communication device. The best part of the tower is that Helix Wind Turbines pay for themselves in about six months. Stats for Wind-Powered Phone Towers Trending: Older & Chilly
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