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HELP REQUESTED

Concerning a revolutionary wind energy conversion system, the Smithmill, being developed by the author which overcomes all the shortcomings of horizontal axis machines. Within two months the prototype will be up and running and monitored. The invention has the potential of cutting cost by around 50%. The author is interested in making contact with companies in the US.

One of my current projects is a revolutionary wind energy conversion system, named the Smithmill. It is being developed in conjunction with a leading university here and within two months the prototype will be up and running and monitored. My invention has the potential of cutting cost by around 50%. I am not a tin pot inventor, but have some 30 inventions to my credit with not a single failure among them. But in a few months I will be 88 years of age and suffer from poor mobility. This makes it difficult for me to contact companies that might be interested in developing my invention further. I am particularly interested in making contact with companies in the US.

Nearly every issue of Windpower Monthly contains some reference to shortcomings of horizontal axis machines. My concept overcomes them all.

From Charles J.P. Smith, Charles Smith Inventions, Alfred Cove, Western Australia

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