India has many turbines, and needs an inexpensive controller to optimize
power extraction, and avoid damage to the turbine and the power sinks
(i.e., Batteries, pumps...). Colorado State University has excellent lab
facilities for manufacturing and testing a prototype controller.
Science Malaysia has an Alternate Energy Test site where the turbine can be
constructed and the turbine-controller system can be tested long term, and
integrated with a small village-level grid system. The USM team will
concentrate on the interconnectivity of a storage and distribution system.
The CSU Team will design and build the controller. Other sites may be invited
to generate additional power sources, or efficient power sinks (i.e., Ultra
bright LED lighting, or inventive refrigeration systems).