Wind Powers Two Towers of on Bahrain WTC

Bahrain, United Arab Emirates [RenewableEnergyAccess.com] The installation of 29-meter diameter wind turbine blades on Manama’s Bahrain World Trade Center (BWTC) towers is complete and sets a precedent for environmental architecture, as it is the first building in the world to incorporate large-scale integrated wind turbines. Comprehensive ground tests indicate wind will generate 11-15% of the energy requirements of both towers. “Sustainability is a principal upon which we must build the foundation of all future developments,” said Shaun Killa, Head Architect and Design Director at Atkins, whose architects and engineers were in association with Danish partners Ramboll and Norwin for more than three years of research and development.
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