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Wind farms like this one in California are becoming more common in rural areas of the u.s. an industry association says last year alone wind power capacity in America grew by 45% mostly wind power is generated by large propellers that can only be placed in the countryside but now a US company is offering a propeller free personal windmill that can be set up in a city or suburb the president of Mariah Power mike has demonstrates what he calls the wind spire this will generate twenty five to thirty percent of the power in your house but if we were building a three kilowatt version which is only twice the width same height and it generates one hundred percent of your power this new system was part of an environmentally friendly exhibit at the US Botanical Garden in Washington the design was inspired by a 3,000 year old windmill the Egyptians used to grind wheat the company had the modern version independently tested here in Utah to prove it can be competitive with large propellers of traditional windmills the large blades have been known to kill birds and bats and because they moved much faster than wind speeds they can be noisy but has says the wind spires vertical axis wind turbine is not only very quiet but also bird friendly bird friendly yes because it only spends at two-and-a-half times the speed when so they can see it Hess says the company has begun installing the nine meter tall devices which can plug into household power and customers can see on their home computers how much electricity the wind spire is giving them this is the wireless connector which allows them to tell how much power is being produced it allows them to tell how fast the wind is blowing all of that comes out on a computer readout the new windmill design attracts the curiosity of tourists and passers-by many who might find a wind spire an affordable way to help power their homes for producers do lima palacio mil arcega VOA news