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Wind Turbine Energy

The use of wind turbine energy can be a great way to provide a source of clean and renewable energy for your home or business. There are a number of small wind energy devices that you can use to generate power, and most of these are very cost effective in providing a substantial level of electricity.


Many people are now investing in wind energy technologies in addition, or as an alternative to solar power. Wind energy is a key ingredient for the future energy growth, and the plan to reduce carbon emissions. If you are concerned about the environment and would like to make a difference, then the use of a home wind turbine is a very good place to start.


Depending on your location, you can implement an efficient renewable energy system using a combination of both wind power, and solar energy(photovoltaic) Solar panels can be much more effective than a regular home wind turbine, yet both devices offer an easy method of generating renewable electricity in a wide variety of locations.


Wind Turbines to Cut Energy Bills

The installation of renewable energy technologies such as, wind turbines, solar panels, and even geothermal systems can all save money on your energy bills. The initial investment of these technologies can be quite high, yet they can be capable of paying for themselves within a matter of years.



A wind turbine is a rotating machine which converts the kinetic energy in wind into energy. The mechanical energy is then converted into electricity.


There are two main types of wind turbines; horizontal and vertical. These designs use the wind in slightly different ways regarding the wind energy harnessing process.


Horizontal wind turbines are the more common design, and use angled propeller type blades to create friction when facing the wind, resulting in the spinning motion. The vertical turbine design uses the wind to spin on a centre point on the ground, resulting in the whole construction spinning round.


The process of electricity production is significantly similar in both designs. The construction only makes a difference in the position and design of the blades which are used to create friction with the wind. Wind power generation is a fairly simple process, and some people have had great success in building a home wind turbine from scratch. Wind power is seen as a very good source of renewable electricity, yet many people still prefer the convenience, and reliability of solar panels (photovoltaic) when choosing a renewable energy source for their home.



Our complete range allows installation of conventional grid-connected systems, grid-connected backup systems and self-sufficient systems. We offer maximum quality, simple installation and excellent value for money.


Energy production 24 hours per day, depending on wind force

Combination of photovoltaic and wind turbine energy

High production of electricity

3 years guarantee


Low cost maintenance

Automatic function

No emissions


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