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All 7 turbine sizes are designed for performance, reliability, & safety in extreme wind conditions up to 60 m/s (216 km/h) and all weather conditions.

 

Features include:

  • 2-5 m/s cut-in wind speed
  • Up to 60 m/s max wind speed
  • 50+ year lifespan
  • 5-yr maintenance-free (optional)
  • Quiet Operation
  • No vibration
  • Graceful rotation


Primary function is to charge 12/24/48VDC battery banks which power DC loads including DC/AC inverters for 110/230VAC output.

 

Hybrid-compatible allows integration of solar or other energy sources.

 


10-Year Warranty &

Upgrade Exchange Credit

 

The only micro-turbine manufacturer in the world to offer a warranty this long and an exchange upgrade credit. >>>

Warranty

 

 

>> Clean renewable energy for remote or difficult-to-access areas/zones. Includes offshore buoys & structures, islands, the Arctic/Antarctica, mountains, ecologically sensitive areas, national parks, border regions, etc.

 

>> Building mounted or integrated. Achieve green/eco-building renewable-energy targets.  Retro-fit old buildings or clean-sheet design fully-integrated systems into new buildings such as the 309 m-tall Pearl River Tower.

 

>> LED outdoor lighting power systems including street, park, & security lights.

 

>> Hybrid energy towers for rural or urban micro-grid, telecom, or artistic urban wind turbine towers.

 

>> LED indoor light & DC power systems for residential, second/holiday homes, or common areas of multi-unit apartment buildings.

 

Turbines Deployed on World's Most Remote Island

Bouvet Island Station 

Bouvet Island, South Atlantic - March 2014 - The Norwegian Polar Institute deployed 4 Windside turbines on a new remote field station on uninhabited Bouvet Island.

Original article (Norwegian) >>>

Google Translated article >>>

 


Newest Permanent Antarctic Research Base Features Windside Turbines

KOPRI Jang Bogo Station

Terra Nova, Antarctica - Feb 2014 - Windside successfully deployed & commissioned a microgrid-connected multiple wind turbine system for the word's newest permanent Antarctic research base, Jang Bogo Station, run by The Korean Polar Research Institute (KOPRI) >>>

 


 

 

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