Ohya still does not know whether the Wind Lens will actually be commercially produced. He said that despite its benefits, even if this wind turbine technology does enter the Japanese market, it will probably not be quickly accepted by other countries, because of different wind conditions and intensities. At the very least, the Wind Lens acts as a more aesthetically appealing option, because they have unique floating hexagonal bases. In comparison, the traditional offshore turbines, which some claim to be an ugly atrocity compared with the surrounding landscape, are technologically way less advanced.
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