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  • AeroVironment
  • 800 Royal Oaks Drive, Suite 210
  • Monrovia, CA 91016-6347
  • Contact person
  • Adam Szczepanek
  • +626 (357) 9983

Renewable Energy That You Can See!

AeroVironment (AV) fort he first time at the intersolar 2007

(PresseBox) (Monrovia, CA 91016, ) AeroVironment (AV) introduces at europe’s leading fair trade of the solar technology a small, modular wind turbine solution designed for installation on buildings in urban and suburban areas that is visible, compelling, and architecturally enhancing.

Unlike other small wind turbine designs, Architectural Wind combines the functional with the aesthetic to create the first modular and architecturally enhancing small wind turbine system.
By eliminating the support tower, reducing noise and vibration, and creating a sleek and adaptable modular solution that installs quickly and easily onto buildings, without penetrating the roof, AV defines a new category of wind energy systems that adds value to buildings and demonstrates clean energy at work.

Working alone or in tandem with other renewable energy technologies, Architectural Wind will offer an attractive ROI and cost per kW of installed capacity.

AV a pioneer in the areas of advanced energy system technologies and high efficiency aerospace design. For over 30 years the company has established numerous groundbreaking milestones, including designing and flying the world’s first human powered aircraft, the Gossamer Condor, and the first solar powered manned aircraft, the Solar Challenger.
AeroVironment designed and built the GM Sunraycer, which set a record for solar powered automobiles, as well as Helios, a solar powered unmanned aircraft built for NASA that set the world altitude record at nearly 97,000 feet. AeroVironment also designed, built and flew the world’s first fuel cell-powered aircraft, the Hornet micro air vehicle.

Throughout its history, AeroVironment has participated in the wind industry through technology development, system design and testing, site evaluation and selection, and wind farm ownership. In recognition of its innovativeness and ability to create successful technology- based businesses, Fortune Magazine selected AeroVironment as one of its 2004 “Cool Companies”.