The best-performing and most impressive system I have seen to date. A model worth going to see. Starting this year, this school will offer a course on renewable energy.
The client noted that the government should offer grants to the general public to encourage such projects. This system runs a pump in the stable, 11 fluorescent lights, and several outlets. It provides power for the entire workshop, for its many 110-V electrical devices. The owner’s future plans for the project are to power his … Read more
Peak power for this system is 5 kW. Can run the park’s 8 computers, most of the lights, the 2 fridges, and many other things. Also, the upcoming projects for this turbine would supply energy for lighting our observation tower and the footbridge that winds through our estuary.
The owner is a retired mechanic with technical skills and interest in alternate energy. He does this as a hobby and does not keep track of costs, which he says are high. He does his own fabrication work and repairs to his systems. Energy generated is used for emergency power to light and heat his … Read more
This system is found on the roof of a local high school. It consists of two solar panels that are 1.2 × 1.2 m (4 × 4′), 180 W each from Shell Oil; one 400 W AIRX LAND wind turbine with a diameter of 116.8 cm (46″). The wind turbine can produce 38 kWh/month at a constant speed of 5.4 m/s (12 mph). It can reach … Read more