•Steel construction of the upper part 4, is formed with at least four steel pylons 11 with their own fundaments 12, where each spiral intake (not numbered in the blueprint drawings), has one pylon 11. The spiral walls 18, start from the pylons 11, and spread in a form of the spiral all the way to the centre, to the chimney wider part 26, which has rotor in side, while the space between the spiral walls 18 creates the spiral intake.
•Sloped bearings 13 are mounted on pylons 11, which support the bearing ring 14 and the bearing ring 14 holds the chimney 2, so in that way pylons 11 bear the chimney2.
•Special profiles 15 are also mounted on pylons 11, which bear glass plates (not numbered in the blueprint drawings), to form outer transparent shell, of the collector1 upper glass part 4.
•Spiral intakes, (not numbered in the blueprint drawings), bordered with spiral walls 18 which have thermo accumulating properties, represent spiral channels which are used to swirl the stream of air on the entrance of the rotor 27 of wind turbine. In every spiral intake (not numbered in the blueprint drawings), an electro mechanic valve 16 is placed, which may be constructed in form of the butterfly. Alongside of every valve 16, in a space between the spiral walls 18, - or let say in spiral intake, the sensors 17 for air flow and pressure are placed to measure characteristics of air flow by means of which the inclination angle of the valves 16 is regulated.
Collector 1, collects the wind from direction w, and direct air stream towards the rotor 27, and the chimney 2, but at the same time allows for sun rays to pass through them to the slopes 7, when the slopes 7 gets hot, the heat is transmitted to the air by means of convection, and the air than starts its movement to the wind turbine rotor 27 and the chimney 2.
•Wind turbine rotor 27, is made of arched segments with blades 37, at least six of them (usually 6, 8, 10 or 12), placed on arched segmented rails 36, with bearings, where each of the arched segment 37, from the bottom side has attached an arched geared rack 35, which transmit rotational motion of the rotor 27, to the upper pair of conical gears (not numbered in the blueprint drawings), which are placed beneath the rotor 27. From the upper pair of conical gears (not numbered in the blueprint drawings), by means of vertical shaft, the motion is transferred to the lower pair of conical gears which transfer motion to the horizontal shaft (not numbered in the blueprint drawings), and that all together in this text has one integral name: Mechanism of rotational transmission 31, which is connected to the electric generator 32 and thus produces electric energy. Wind turbine rotor 27, together with electric generator 32, are consisting parts of the chimney 2.