Vertical Axis Wind Turbine

How It Works

The wind turbine blades begin to rotate once wind speeds rise above 5.5 mph. The spinning blades rotate a generator which creates direct current (DC) voltage. That DC voltage is fed into an inverter which converts the DC voltage into the more widely-used alternating current (AC) voltage. This AC voltage is then connected directly to the building’s electrical system and offsets its electrical consumption.

The system is self contained and will require regular maintenance and mechanical checks. The lifetime of this system is expected to be 15 years.


For real-time and lifetime generation data for this system, please select the link below.

Real-time and lifetime generation data
11610 North College Avenue
Carmel, Indiana 46032
317-573-9955    317-575-3372 (fax)

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