The 30MW Helios One turbine model will have a multi-variable

electrical system and drivetrain architecture. Helios One will deploy

Variable 5 Active Yaw Control with the new Fluid Intuitive Satellite

Autorotation (FISA) system. This new system will optimize Helios One's

power generation. This technology is comparable to General Electrics

Condition Monitoring System (CMS). Obviously what separates Helios

One from General Electrics 3MW platform, and other competitors is its

30MW power generation. Helios One will use a five layer shaft with

two sprites bound to each layer along the shaft. Here sprite is not your

favorite soft drink, but a word that describes the three blade, and Quantum free standing rotor configuration in a shorter notation. Helios One will

have two 15MW turbines operating ten sprites on five shafts. The proprietary multi-variable shaft design will allow Helios One to optimize energy

production depending upon varying weather conditions to meet demand. Below is a image of what the shaft will roughly look like, but elongated

across the diameter of the Helios One. The tapered Quantum shaft is aerodynamically engineered to maximize energy production reducing drag

across Helios One. This optimizes the ten sprite five shaft configuration creating the torque necessary to drive each 15MW generator. The proprietary

multi-variable shaft technology is the next link in the evolution of wind power. The problem was that current wind turbines do not conserve

the natural landscape, and do not deliver enough power to justify the projects longevity.

Here, we break away from the traditional inception of wind power building upon Dyson's

design, and through its reapplication we deliver a solution that is ten times more powerful

that conserves the natural landscape. Helios One creates power by two modes of wind capture. 1. Side Capture, and 2. Center Capture. Side Capture

is how wind is traditionally converted into energy through the turbine. Wind blows exerting force onto the blades, which turn the shaft, that powers

the generator. However, when wind speeds become too strong traditionally power generation must stop to protect the integrity of the turbine.

During periods of high wind velocity FISA on Helios One deploys Center Capture instead of shutting down, and locking the turbine. Helios One's

Quantum blade pitch configuration adjusted by its FISA system optimizes this type of capture turning Helios One directly into the wind adjusting

blade pitch. Center Capture is a completely new proprietary form wind power unique to Helios One. This reduces energy production downtime

during extreme weather conditions providing steady load to the grid. No matter what the weather condition Helios One will deliver consistent

performance optimizing power generation, and it also comes in white. The two 15MW generators

sleekly fit into the two aerodynamic Quantum terminals. The five layer shaft turbine technology

is proprietary, and will require a bit of gear ratio adjustment, but this modification isn't anticipated

to be a great challenge. Also, to maximize Side Capture Helios One will also be outfitted with the

latest Quantum air flow technology that allows the wind to freely pass by the Quantum terminal

with minimal drag maximizing the force exerted onto the blades. Wind power depends upon three

main variables. The amount of air (volume), the speed of the air (velocity), and the mass of the air

(density). When factoring these three variables along with kinetic energy, mass flow, and power

coefficient Helios One stretches the Betz limit. Helios One is an exciting prospect for on and off

shore wind farms. Wind turbine technology has developed and matured over the years and this

technology now forms an increasingly important part of the electricity industry.