Result came as surprise, as most bats accidentally cut across while flying, few aim to rest on a wing / other parts, but got hit due to the spinning blades. Next two days showed many instances of sea birds coming to nest / in search / in flight getting hit to the blade. All of the data has been widely discussed in firms advisory, technical & board team to find a way to prevent / better operations.
We focused on our coffee spraying in Hawaii during next 20 days and on our time of return, we came to know that KWP team along with local conservationist’s help making nest & creating habitats for them so they don’t just end up hitting the turbine blades.
So, this demo turned out to be dual purpose fly. One for a wind turbine company, and other is to conserving Hawaiian bat.
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