I doubt that there is a wind without wind, but wind without blades does exist. No more cumbersome mills and dangers for birds: the Vortex promises to capture the energy of the wind not with giant blades, but with small "baseball bats" that exploit the principle of oscillation.
Shakes, shakes, shakes
Vortex is a rounded cylinder filled with a liquid which, oscillating in the wind, transmits its vibrations to the entire structure: the kinetic energy produced by this turbine is then transformed into electricity. A very simple principle that allows new wind turbines to do without blades and many other side effects.
Bladeless wind means no motors, less risk of breakage and less maintenance costs. And do we want to talk about environmental impact? Of risks averted by the new wind turbines for the local fauna, of how many birds die among the blades of a current wind mill?
The lightness and modularity of the vortex energy system allows you to install one or more generators, alone or in a network with each other, and to disassemble them if you need to remove and move them.
The small size of the bladeless wind turbines also makes it possible to avoid costly foundations to anchor the system to the ground. A wind start up with Vortex can be infinitely cheaper than a traditional system.