Harnessing the urban wind

An Israeli start up has developed a new way to harvest clean electricity from the urban wind, by putting turbines on the top of skyscrapers.   Israeli start up Sovna has developed a novel way to harvest clean electricity by …

An Israeli start up has developed a new way to harvest clean electricity from the urban wind, by putting turbines on the top of skyscrapers.

 

Israeli start up Sovna has developed a novel way to harvest clean electricity by putting wind turbines on top of skyscrapers.

The one-year old company already has its first functioning wind turbine in place in Tel Aviv, and further turbines are due to go up across Israel and in North America during the following year.

About Abigail Klein Leichman

Abigail Klein Leichman is a writer and associate editor at ISRAEL21c. Prior to moving to Israel in 2007, she was a specialty writer and copy editor at a daily newspaper in New Jersey and has freelanced for a variety of newspapers and periodicals since 1984.