BroadStar Wind Systems Unveils Mobile Wind Turbine At WINDPOWER 2010 In Dallas

BroadStar Wind Systems, the full service provider of the patented AeroCamTM renewable wind energy solution for commercial and industrial facilities, will be unveiling their Mobile Turbine at AWEA’s WINDPOWER 2010 Conference & Exhibition at the Dallas Convention Center on Sunday, May 23rd – 26th.

The Mobile Turbine features a model of BroadStar’s patented AerocamTM, an 11kW small-wind turbine, displayed inside a luxurious trailer. This provides a unique opportunity for audiences to see the details of the system close-up while the company’s engineers and executives discuss features and answer questions on-site.

The configurable technology of the AerocamTM was developed and optimized to meet the demand for distributed renewable energy generation at the point of power consumption in commercial environments previously thought to be poorly suited for on-site wind power, and can accommodate the specific energy needs of each site.

The Mobile Turbine will be featured as a part of the WINDPOWER 2010 outdoor exhibition at booth #30209. BroadStar also has an indoor exhibit at booth #5815. Stop by to see the technology for yourself and learn how BroadStar can become the energy solution for you.

Founded in 2004 by Stephen Else, BroadStar Wind Systems, based in Dallas, is a renewable energy technology solutions firm, comprised of experts in aerodynamics, turbine physics and manufacturing. BroadStar has developed the AeroCamTM wind turbine system, a breakthrough technology solution for the efficient and affordable generation of renewable power. BroadStar has a strategic relationship with FM Facility Maintenance, whose Chairman and Founder, Jim Barnes has a majority investment in BroadStar.