We build . We do NOT build "wind turbines".
We build low wind speed startup Wind Powered Generators.
A lot of places have very low wind speeds.
STARTUP SPEED !
Startup speed is CRITICAL !
Less than 5 miles per hour (low wind speed startup)!
Most three bladed wind turbines that we have checked out were over 20 mph startup speed.
When considering the $(price) per MW hour, and if our wind power is turning while their's is just sitting there not moving, that can be a very big consideration.
Low wind speed startup is an integral part of our Wind Powered Generator design.
Our wind power generators are designed to start up at LOW wind speeds (less than 5 mph ; 2.23 m/s). If you paid for a big wind turbine and it is just sitting there doing nothing in a 5 mph (2.23 m/s) wind, it could be wasting your money.
Start-up speed is critical. Low wind speed startup is critical.
We set the definition for Wind Powered Generators. We design anticipating low wind speed. It is our opinion that we lead the world in low wind speed startup Wind Powered Generator design.
Our wind powered generator with its low wind speed startup design does not have to be installed on top of "Hurricane Mountain" to start turning.
Our wind powered generator with its low wind speed startup design is designed for LESS than 5 mph (2.23 m/s) startup speed.
At low wind speeds, our wind powered generator could be turning while their's is still not even moving. We wrote the definition of a Wind Powered Generator as we build them.
How can you make money if the blades are not turning?
REMEMBER WE SET
Our pictures on this web site are renditions for conceptional purposes only. The " " that you order will definitely not look like that. The design may be similar, but it will be different in blade size, in sweep diameter, maybe in color, etc. This is to show you that you do have a choice: Those three bladed things are not your only option.
Here in Maryland, USA, the state legislature has told us that if an individual produces electric (with up to 30KW of a grid-tied wind powered generator), and sends that electric into the electric utility grid, that Maryland state law forces the electric utility company to pay that person 100% FULL GENERATION RATE (excluding transmission and distribution) for that electric. * You should verify these laws yourself before acting upon this.
* Utility: BGE, report of "Starting on June 1,2012" rates link Net Metering
If we use a conservative $0.0700/kWh as an example
On a persistently windy hill, here is a potential : (24 hours / day) X (365 days / year) = 8,760 hours / year
(8,760 hours/year) X (30KW / hour) X ($0.0700 / kWh) = $18,396 PER YEAR
Also, you might be shocked at the price that high-carbon-footprint manufactuing facilities are paying for RECs (Renewable Energy Credits). Seriously, you might thank us for telling you about it.
We manufacture and sell Wind Powered Generators.