Wind turbine - H-rotor

Swiss-designed wind turbine rotors with an H-rotor.
The Swiss Buhler has developed a novel wind turbine with an H-rotor, that at 40 decibels is as loud as the ambient noise. A controlled wind vane moves the rotor blades, which arise in the wind.
The design seems to look like an "H"
When are H-rotor, unlike the more familiar wind turbines, the rotor blades arranged vertically around a vertical rotor shaft. The rotation of the rotor runs in a horizontal circular path and is thus independent of wind direction.
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