The Journey

In 2014 while researching how to make large quantities of Hydrogen to use as farm fuel.
It became obvious that a source of low cost electricity would be needed as grid electricity cost more than the value of the Hydrogen it produced.

In 1976 Mr. Spencer made a balsa wood model of a Vertical Windmill.
Drawing on that model he set forth researching its merits as a source for Hydrogen generation. He built two research models 80 ft (24 m) wide and 15 ft (4.5 m) tall. The models were paramount in breaking the code for Vertical Axis Wind Turbines.

After 8 years, 30,000 hours, little sleep and a boat load of personal dollars, Mr. Spencer was able to prove its commercial wind farm merits.

Relative to today’s current wind turbine’s land space; the 3DWT is capable of producing 50X the amount of electrical power. Equaling a massive leap in wind farm capacity, technology, and production.

One Patent has been issued and a second Patent has received a “Notice of Allowance” and will be issued.