WIND POWER

BY SWINEETHA DIAS WICKRAMANAYAKE
EUROPEAN Union hauliers have been encouraged to install a ground breaking wind power system for lorries, where two and three units of compact propellers and generators are fitted on the cab roof. The resulting electricity powers the air conditioning, saving fuel. This system is designed to work on cabs that are lower than the top of their trailers, absorbing air pressure generated in the step between the two.

Developed by TRD Industries Co. Ltd., of Japan, the compact windmill power generation system is to be sold at ...


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