The proposal offers a mean of using the ground air currents on the power lines right of ways that normally lie fallow. These air currents are generally of low velocity, thus requiring a different approach to the present method of depending on high velocities to provide high RPM's.
Choosing Induction Generation with its restricted useful RPM range can provide a match to the wind pressure increase at the cube of the velocity. This proposal suggests ways and materials to accomplish the desired result.
Some of the advantages are using grounds already owned by utilities and not generating the obnoxious noises and visuals of present means. Some references are offered on Induction Generation.