Dynastrosi Laboratories Installs Wind Turbine for Testing

Bowling Green, Kentucky hosts new advanced wind turbine testing facility for Dynastrosi Laboratories.

Bowling Green, KY, July 29, 2007 --(PR.com)-- Dynastrosi Laboratories, Inc. is pleased to announce that the first wind turbine prototype has been installed in the atrium of the Western Kentucky University Center for Research and Development. Dynastrosi will be conducting computer controlled wind turbine tests inside the Center. The indoor test facility is the first of its kind operated by a private company in the United States.

“This event marks the beginning of a one-of-a-kind wind energy test facility capable of testing full-scale advanced wind turbine generator designs,” said Dynastrosi Laboratories President & CEO, Ronald Jones. “We have a highly talented team of scientists and engineers at Dynastrosi and we continue to work closely with our customer, Wind Energy Corporation to bring these new, highly efficient wind turbines to market.”

The new wind turbine generator design developed by researchers at Dynastrosi Laboratories under contract to Wind Energy Corp. promises to be more efficient than current designs. The wind turbine generator, capable of producing cheap, clean electricity, even at low-wind-speed sites is anticipated to be the first wind turbine that is economically viable without government subsidies. The turbine, a type of vertical-axis design, is commonly known as a Savonius wind turbine. The drag from the wind allows the turbine to collect energy in an omni-directional fashion. The turbine is self-starting and no pointing mechanism is necessary to allow for wind shifting.

Dynastrosi’s headquarters are located at the regional Innovation and Commercialization Center (ICC) within WKU Center for Research and Development in Bowling Green, Ky. The company’s goal is to further develop and commercialize a new patented method of manufacturing products made from advance composite materials, which involves the extensive use of robotic production equipment. With this new, lower-cost production system, the company plans to develop hundreds of new product applications over the next decade.

“We’re excited to have Dynastrosi testing their wind turbines and technology in our facility,” said Buddy Steen, the Executive Director if the regional ICC. “This is a revolutionary business that provides a distinctive technique of manufacturing products. It’s a privilege to have their headquarters in our center.”

Dynastrosi Laboratories, Inc.
Alex Stall