Despite the fact that almost 100% of the electricity in Iceland is generated from renewable sources, it is quite problematic to get energy using wind in this country. The reason for this is extremely strong air flows – during the day the wind speed can be 65 km / h, in stormy weather this figure reaches 180 km / h. As a result, wind turbines fail before the time allotted for operation. The country’s specialists have been working for several years to create a wind generator that can withstand so many heavy loads and, finally, the inventor Seesor Asgairsson was able to offer a completely new type of device that can withstand such strong wind gusts. The turbine, named IceWind CW1000, has a vertical wide base and specially curved blades. The design of the device is designed in such a way that even strong gusty winds are not able to rotate the blades too quickly, which was a problem in a traditional wind generator. As a result, the novelty is able to work even during a storm. The designer himself sees the future of the CW1000 as very promising not only in his native Iceland, but also beyond its borders. In the next few months, the novelty will go on sale in the country. .