There are over 18,000 GE wind turbines capable of generating over 28,000 MW of energy deployed worldwide. Now, you can build your own at home. All you need is glue, an x-acto knife, a toothpick and a love of clean energy.
Click here to get the template to build your own. And if you do, take a picture or video and use the submission tool to show us your creation.
Electric car drivers can catch a charge from the wind at the Whole Foods in Red Hook, Brooklyn. The Sanya Skypump combines a 4-kilowatt wind turbine developed by Urban Green Energy with GE’s WattStation to charge EVs. Read more about this innovation at GE Reports.
The Slow Mo guys were recently at GE laboratories pairing their high-speed camera capable of shooting over 10,000 frames a second with MEM lights, which can switch on and off as fast as 10,000 times per second.
MEMS technology is a class of miniature moving silicon micro-devices, often not much bigger than the width of a hair, that provide sensing capabilities for things such as car airbags, mobile devices, and gaming systems. Click through the GIFs to learn more.