Wind power all starts with the sun. When the Sun heats up a certain area of
land, the air around that land mass absorbs some of that heat. At a certain
temperature, that hotter air begins to rise very quickly. Faster-moving
(hotter) air particles exert more pressure than slower-moving particles, so it
takes fewer of them to maintain the normal air pressure at a given elevation. When
that lighter hot air suddenly rises, cooler air flows quickly in to fill the
gap the hot air leaves behind. That air rushing in to fill the gap is wind.

With a wind turbine, you have energy
wherever you go, whether you’re sailing across the world, setting up your mountaineering
base camp or cruising in your RV. AIR turbines are lightweight, easy to set up,
and produce clean DC power to directly charge 12, 24 or 48 V batteries to run
your lights and charge satellite phones, GPS devices, cameras and other small
appliances – keeping you connected, charged and ready to enjoy your adventures.