Flower Turbines in Europe
We appreciate the leadership of the EU in sustainability
and have set up a company to contribute to that.
Small wind should be an important part of the world-leading decarbonization plan in Europe, but it hasn’t reached its potential because no other turbine has met the needs for efficiency, return on investment per square meter, appearance, bird friendliness, and low noise the way Flower Turbines’ Wind Tulips do.
The Wind Tulips’ ability to fit into many urban settings, and its lower cut-in speed make it the only choice for wide-spread local wind energy for large parts of Europe. Combining it with solar energy enables local energy production at more times of the day and year and less need for energy storage.
Our demonstration model was built in Rotterdam. This photo shows the team (Dr. Farb third from left, Roy Osinga fourth from left, Philipp Dunnwald kneeling), and here is a link to a video of the turbine. This is a model of our residential size turbine, 500 watts capacity.
Our EU subsidiary is registered and active in Rotterdam. Our regional manager is Roy Osinga. Company telephone: +31-103076654 . Company email: info.eu(at)flowerturbines(dot)com
Flower Turbines BV was created following a global search by the PortXL program, which recently won the title of the best business accelerator in the Netherlands. After an evaluation of 1000 companies, and two days of interviews every hour with a different set of corporations and business people in the Rotterdam area, Flower Turbines was one of the 20 companies picked for investment and acceleration in Rotterdam.
Within 2 months of starting, Flower Turbines has already signed contracts including winning a tender with a city in the Netherlands.
We are members of the Netherlands Wind Energy Association and the Dutch Sustainable Energy Association.
Read about Flower Turbines popular presentation at Vakbeurs Energie here.
At that event, Dutch television interviewed Roy Osinga. See it here.
Where the best of Rotterdam comes together
Flower Turbines in located on the 12th floor of the Rotterdam Science Tower.
Marconistraat 16, 12th Floor
We also have a research facility at