A model of the wind turbine on display at the World Future Energy Summit.
Dubai: A revolutionary wind turbine that can produce fresh water and electricity even in the remotest and driest areas on the planet is set to rise in Ghantoot nature reserve within the next few weeks.
The wind turbine converts humidity in the air into a liquid state. It is also able to progenerate electricity to power air-conditioners and lighting.
After a partnership agreement with Emirates Marine Environmental Group (EMEG), which manages the reserve, the new French-built wind turbine is ready to be installed and tested for a whole year, said Major Ali Saqr Al Suwaidi, EMEG chairman.
“This project has received a global prize and will be costing around $2 million. On our part, EMEG has done its best to prepare the area and test it before Eole Water installs the device in Ghantoot reserve. We…
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