The entrepreneur, Alan Gump, said, "We use an old diesel generator to power the turbines, which spin around producing wind, which we then try to collect using large, recycled bin bags. It's not as easy as it sounds."
According to energy experts, the amount of energy used to power the generator and the turbines, not to mention the excessive neon sign used to illustrate the endeavour, far outweighs the amount of power that the wind harvest would produce – should collecting wind in bin bags have any ecological use whatsoever, "Which it does not" he added.
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