So that is why a Minnesota investment company called Janulus is using Kickstarter to fund a portable wind turbine called Trinity.
There are four different models that allow you to store and use the energy they produce. You can even sell off the energy you don’t use. They also work as long as there is 4 mile per hour wind, they can start producing energy
Their goal for the project was $50k, and very astoundingly, they raised $42k of the goal in its first day! There are 28 days left in the Kickstarter campaign, so it’s looking extremely likely that they will be able to put their product into mass production in the near future.
Let’s go back and talk about those four different models again. The original 50-watt turbine was available for only $369 to early backers. This size is capable of charging smartphones three to four times their normal amount in a single charge. Next, the 400-watt turbine can charge ten to sixteen times the smartphones and a small camper! There’s even a model that can charge your home! The Trinity 1000, which is capable of 1000 watts, and the Trinity 2,500 can power a small home. You can choose a wind turbine that meets your needs.
The collapsible blades of each turbine makes for a more efficient model that can accumulate more power. The whole Trinity turbine is basically a small version of the giant wind turbines you see while driving from place to place. They can be taken apart, so they are extremely portable, and they are also easy to assemble again. The turbine eve has an app that helps you to easily control when it is production.
This whole portable wind turbine thing makes a lot of sense. The green energy movement is everywhere, so why not take your wind turbine everywhere?