Crossflex: Concept and early development of a true building integrated wind turbine

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Sharpe, Tim; Proven, Gordon;

This paper describes the concept development and work to date, of an innovative ‘true’ building integrated wind turbine. The context for this is the role of small-scale renewable energy in addressing climate change. In the UK a number of small wind turbines have reached... View more
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