FLAGs (Flexible Linear Aeroelectrostatic Generators) are the newest in wind energy technology; thin, flexible electronic circuits that oscillate in the wind to generate electricity.  Simple and lightweight, a FLAG is constructed from inexpensive thin film polymers such as polyester, and surfaced with flexible conductors like conductive inks, films, or metallization.  FLAG technology has the following characteristics:

  • Low mass
  • Low Cost
  • Broad Windspeed Range
  • Appearance of Tree Leaves, Flags, or Miniaturized
  • Wildlife friendly
  • Recyclable
  • High Efficiency
  • High Energy Density
  • Airborne or Space Applications
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