What if you could power your home for free? What if you could drive your car for free? And what if companies could eliminate their power bills, with those savings being passed on to consumers?
Does this sound like a dream-like scenario? Well, with your help, we can make it a reality by manufacturing MightyWatts, the Small Wind Turbine that Lets You Save on Electricity Bills while also Saving the Planet!
The True Energy Costs for You and for the Planet
Energy is the universally necessary tool that keeps your life moving forward and the world economy rolling. However, the true costs of energy for you and for the planet are becoming too heavy to bear. From your monthly power bills and the gas for your car to everything that you buy, which is always influenced by energy costs, the bills just keep increasing and your capacity to face them does not increase along with them.At the same time, we need to find ways of using energy without destroying the planet, our common home.
Oil, coal, and even conventionally produced electricity are taking a very heavy toll on Earth. You see, it doesn't matter whether you believe in global warming as a serious threat or not, or whether you think it's a problem generated by excessive pollution or by long-term climate trends. What you surely won't dispute is that our planet isn't healthy, so we should do whatever we can to keep our lifestyle and the world economy moving forward but in a truly sustainable way.In a nutshell, that's the solution that I'm presenting to you. Its name is MightyWatts. A small wind turbine for residential and commercial use that will ACTUALLY generate enough electricity to power up your (and everyone else’s) homes and electric vehicles. Once your MightyWatts is paid for, you can say goodbye to energy and gas bills, companies can save fortunes on power bills, passing those savings on to consumers, and the planet will experience an unprecedented ecological relief for not having to undergo constant environmental pressure caused by the production and usage of conventional sources of energy.
Conventional wind generators produce power by having a large swept area, which is the defining factor of how much energy is available to extract from the wind. Wind, by the way, is energy mixed into the air in the form of movement.
Along with producing a large swept area, one inherits long blades that result in leverage. Wind energy engineers know a large swept area plus the leverage received in the process equals torque at the power take-off point. The larger the wind generator, the more efficient it becomes, generating exponential torque, which is the desired goal. Without a better design, they just keep building them bigger and refining the components to achieve better results. The problem is that conventional wind generators take too much space, they have a negative impact on many bird species and their habitats, and they also have an impact on natural landscapes. In addition to that, they are too large and expensive to be used in small-scale, namely to power residential and commercial buildings.
MightyWatts, on the other hand, offers a way better solution: it increases the wind speed, leveraging only the outer parameters, it uses a Venturi behind the turbine blades, narrowing the wind access area, and it eliminates the low-pressure pocket behind the unit. In short, MightyWatts is a wind turbine designed in a way that solves the multitude of problems that have plagued the wind generation industry from the beginning. Also and very importantly, it will be an affordable and small enough turbine that will allow residential and commercial buildings to be powered by it—without generating any kind of negative impact on birds, their habitats, or natural landscapes.
My name is Roger Phillips and I am the creator of MightyWatts. I am 75 years old and this is a contribution to MY fellow human beings and to planet Earth that I want to leave as a meaningful footprint that makes the world better for everyone in a truly sustainable way.To make MightyWatts a reality, $350,000 is needed to hire engineers, have a CFD (Computer Fluid Dynamics) analysis done, and build a life-size 9 to 13-foot prototype for real-life testing. The large-scale manufacturing of MightyWatts could only come after this expensive prototype is built, tested and perfected.Now, $350,000 is surely a big sum for you and for me, but, if we all come together and raise this as a community of people who care about creating a better tomorrow, then we're talking about spending very little to save what's most precious in the world— our planet, our lives, and our livelihoods.
Please consider supporting our campaign in one or more of the following ways:
1. Every dollar helps, so please make a contribution of whatever amount is possible to you.
You'll become a member of an active community of pioneers who want to see a greener and economically sustainable world that doesn't leave anyone behind.2. Share our project on social media and talk about it to friends and family members.
The planet is home to all of us and we all feel the impact of ever-increasing power and gas bills, so many people in your circle will probably want to join us, so sharing the campaign is a great way to help.
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