Archimedes Green Energys showcases India’s first Rooftop Wind Turbine to produce Green Energy at RENEWX-2021 at Hitex
The Korean Government gives a grant to Archimedes Green Energy’s (P) Ltd to demonstrate and study its performance. This project is undertaken in association with Gitam University, Hyderabad: Suryaprakash Gajjalla, CEO of Archimedes Green Energys
Hyderabad based Archimedes Green Energys (P) Ltd showcases its Rooftop Wind Turbine to produce Green Energy at RENEWX-2021 at Hitex. It came out a couple of years back this Rooftop Wind Turbine, which is India’s first Rooftop Wind Turbine to generate Green and sustainable energy.
Describing it as a “Make in India” product, Suryaprakash Gajjalla, CEO of Archimedes Green Energys talking to the media said the product is displayed at RENEWX-2021 to create more awareness about it.
Gajjalla Suryaprakash is the recipient of MSME National Award from the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, Govt of India in the past.
The Korean Government has given us a grant to demonstrate and study its performance of the Archimedes Wind Turbine in and around southern states of India. This project is undertaken in association with Gitam University, Hyderabad
The silent rooftop wind turbines can generate half of a household’s energy needs. And that too it is renewable, clean and green energy. Suryaprakash added. Wind power is one of the cleanest sources of renewable energy in the world, he added.
We also plan to explore and work with Telangana State Renewable Energy Development Corporation Ltd. We would also like to install these turbines in key locations in the city such as Naubat Pahad/ Birla Mandir and a couple of places after due permissions in near future, he stated.
The product is manufactured locally with Korean Partnership ESCO RTS and Netherlands technology. “
The brand named after the famous Greek mathematician and engineer, it can produce 1kWh of energy at an average wind speed approximately half an average household’s energy use, Suryaprakash informed
Gajjala Suryaprakash, CEO of Archimedes Green Energys (P) Ltd said the product is the outcome of 20 years of R & D (Research & Development) of The Dutch national Marinus Mieremet. He has perfected the technology, the new and more efficient way of generating power by a wind turbine. The Dutch have a reputation for obtaining energy by means of windmill, Suryaprakash added
Archimedes Green Energys has set up a state-of-the-art manufacturing plant in a two acre land at Medchal. It is a global export unit, Suryaprkash informed
The sleek, aesthetically good looking windmill yields more energy, produces little noise, is bird friendly and also looks very good. The maintenance free turbine can be fixed on top of an apartment, in fields and everywhere. It can rotate 360 degrees, added Suryaprakash.
It works in low velocity winds from 0.9 meter/Second to as high as 14 meters/second. In high winds such as 22 meters/second, it just stops to avoid damage to the turbine.
The two variants—small of 36Kgs and big 112kgs are easily transportable and are available in six impressive colours. The WindMill comes in composite materials.
The product resembles the shape of a flower. With a differentiated design reminiscent of rose it gives artistic effect to urban spaces.
Elaborating about the product, Suryaprakash stated that the Archimedes windmill is a new type of wind turbine comprising three circular blades which are wrapped around one another and then expanded. This creates a three-dimensional conical turbine, similar to elongated shells found on the beach. The special design ensures that wind is drawn into the turbine and can be used as on grid and off grid.
The product will find application everywhere especially in Smart City Plans.
Wind power, as an alternative to burning fossil fuels, is plentiful, renewable, widely distributed, clean, produces no greenhouse gas emissions during operation, consumes no water, and uses little land. Unlike solar power planets, it occupies very little space. The price of the product is not yet fixed, informed Suryaprakash.