Small-scale wind turbine for urban environments
Published:  05 August, 2007
xpelair

Xpelair has introduced a comprehensive range of small-scale wind turbines. The launch of this range follows a major investment in Eclectic Energy, a long-established manufacturer of wind turbines.

The new range is called Stealth-Gen and is designed for mounting on roofs. Units are capable of sustained power generation of over 500 W. Over 20 years, a Stealth-Gen can generate over 11 MWh of electricity, saving over 4.5 t of carbon dioxide, and is intended for urban environments.

This Grid-tied system includes, as standard, the required G83 approved inverter which seamlessly feeds energy into the domestic electricity supply.




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