EWP designed, built, and tested a VAWT 50 kW “Sky Farm” for the JV while Siemens developed the generator and inverter system.
In addition to this JV, EWP has worked closely with companies like DuPont for coatings for the blades and with 3M for blade icing tests. EWP also has worked with SLIPS Technologies, a Harvard University spinoff technology company
The JV piloted the Sky Farm 50kW at Martha’s Vineyard Airport in Edgartown, Massachusetts where the turbine is tied into the area’s electric-power grid. It produces about 45,000 kWh of energy per year.
(Source: Eastern Wind Power, Engineering Entrepreneur, Nov., 2014) Contact: Eastern Wind Power, http://easternwindpower.us/about/skyfarm50kw; Siemens Energy, Randy Zwirn, Pres. & CEO, Monika Wood, (407) 736-4197, email@example.com, www.siemens.com/energy
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Chava Energy is in the experimental stage of developing breakthrough technologies to deliver new forms of energy that are inexhaustible, clean, inexpensive, and available to anyone, anywhere. These new energy technologies will dramatically improve our global economic outlook and minimize our environmental footprint. Chava Wind plans to launch their VAWTs in Japan which is incentivizing turbines up 20KW rated inverter capacity with a grid Feed-in-tariff at the equivalent of 58 US cents per kWh of energy.
(Source: Chava Wind LLC, 30 Oct., 20140 Contact: Chava WindLLC, Hagen Ruff, (305) 307-0789, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Windstream's patented SolarMill® distributed energy technology consists of vertical zxis wind turbines (VAWT), solar panels and proprietary "smart" electronics. The energy generated by each SolarMill® can be used off grid with a storage system or inverted for use in grid-tied applications. Occupying the roof space about the size of a solar panel, each SolarMill® provides the highest energy density currently available in the renewable energy market. SolarMill® products are "Made In The U.S.A." and are available worldwide. (Source: Windstream, Sept. 8, 2014) Contact: Windstream Technologies Inc., Travis Campbell, COO, www.windstream-inc.com
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The SolarMill distributed energy technology consists of Vertical Axis Wind Turbines (VAWT), solar panels and proprietary "smart" electronics. The energy generated by each SolarMill can either be used off grid with a storage system or inverted for use in grid-tied applications. Occupying the roof space about the size of a solar panel, each SolarMill provides the highest energy density currently available in the renewable market. (Source: WindStream Technologies, PR, CNN, July 16, 2014) Contact: WindStream, (855) 872-6645, www.windstream-inc.com
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The power production testing of the VisionAIR was performed in accordance with the IEC 61400-12 by the laboratory Intertek in their small wind test facility in upstate New York, USA. The testing confirmed that the turbine begins exporting power at wind speeds as low as 3.5 m/s [7 mph] and is twice as efficient as several of its competitors. This certification is in addition to the electrical safety and noise emission certifications the turbine has already received.
VisionAIR for certain government incentives and may also make the technology more attractive to renewable energy investors. (Source: UGE, 7 Mar., 2014) Contact: UGE, Mateo Chaskel, (917) 720-5685, email@example.com, www.urbangreenenergy.com , www.facebook.com/UrbanGreenEnergy
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ArborWind expects to begin commercial production in 2014, and is targeting rural installations with limited or no access to utility lines.
(Source: ArborWind, concentrate, 12 Dec., 2013) Contact: ArboWind, Dilip Nigam, Pres. & CEO, (734) 761-2626, http://www.arborwind.com
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Sky Harvest has received written expressions of interest for the purchase of over 13,000 vertical axis turbines from parties in four different countries.Sky Harvest has also entered into discussions with additional parties with compatible technology regarding the potential joint venture development of additional wind turbine products.
In addition to planned manufacturing and sales activities, Sky Harvest will also focus on further turbine research and development in order to introduce new products for commercial use. The company expects that this may include grant or joint venture opportunities with government entities, universities, and private corporations.
In connection with the acquisition, Sky Harvest has incorporated a wholly-owned subsidiary under the name Sky Vertical Technologies Inc. ("Sky Vertical") that holds the assets and will undertake operations.
(Source: Sky Harvest Windpower Corp., PR, July 9, 2013) Contact: Sky Harvest Windpower, William Iny, CEO, (604) 267-3041, www.skyharvestwind.com
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According to Rhyno Stinchfield, CEO of GreenWorld Partners, a Billings wind energy and consulting business, Taisei's Billings operation is tied to increased investment into passenger rail transportation.
Taisei, which also makes components for Asian passenger trains, is looking to expand into the American market. (Source: Taisei Techno, Green World Partners, Billings Gazette, July6, 2013) Contact: Taisei Techno Co., Ltd., firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.taiseix.net
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According to Korsair Holdings CEO Boris Rubizhevsky, "We see small wind and especially vertical wind turbines as the next wave of wind energy installations. Vertical wind turbines with direct drive generator offer needed flexibilities for smaller scale installations making such systems attractive from individual home owners to farmers, to small enterprises that wish to contribute to lowering carbon footprint as well as lower their own energy costs. The Canadian Company has created an efficient and profitable energy source that is completely environmentally friendly, with a wind turbine that can start with a slight breeze and operate in winds as low as 4 to 5 miles an hour." Rubizhevsky added, "We will now be able to offer several options to our potential customers, i.e. wind turbine only and a complete energy system that will also include our Lithium Ferro Phosphate batteries and controls. With the system starting price at under €10,000 and going up to over €50,000 we expect to reach €7.5million in sales over the next 12 months. Over the next several months Korsair expects to engage several established local distributors to help us with our sales efforts."
Korsair Holdings AG is a technology holding company focusing on environmental and technical infrastructure projects related to renewable energy and green technologies. (Source: Kosair Holdings, PR, April, 2013) Contact: Korsair Holdings CEO, email@example.com,
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McKenzie Bay International Ltd. is a publicly traded renewable energy technology holding company specializing in the acquisition of exclusive rights to renewable energy technologies to establish multiple revenue streams. (Source: McKenzie Bay, Jan. 29, 2013) Contact: Clean Green Energy, (248) 446-1344, http://cleangreenenergyllc.com; McKenzie Bay International Ltd, www.mckenziebay.com
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CGE is currently signing PPAs nationwide, and will be beginning installations of their turbines in 2013.
According to of CGE, "With guaranteed financing in place, our customers can be assured of our ability to honor each prior commitment and future commitments we make in operating WINDe20(R) at the customer's location.
Clean Green Energy is a renewable energy company located in Brighton, Michigan. CGE is dedicated to bringing clean power to local facilities with their innovative WINDe20(R) vertical axis wind turbine. The 105 foot tall turbine generates power onsite, and is an ideal solution for the educational, business, and municipal consumers.
(Source: Clean Green Energy, LLC Jan. 23, 2013)
Contact: CGE, Bryan Zaplitny, President/CEO, (248) 446-1344, www.cleangreenenergyllc.com, www.winde20turbine.com
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The developer and the project have been criticized for the apparently "speculative nature" and their "we believe this development can be commercially viable" wording of their permitting application.
More studies and assessments will be carried out by Quiet Revolution. (Source: Mid Devon Gazette, July 24, 2012) Contact: Quiet Revolution, www.quietrevolution.com
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Part of the funding for the $1 million wind turbine project came from The Puterbaugh Foundation.
Dallas-based SWG Energy Inc. led the installation of the 4.5 kilowatt turbines. (Source: NewsOK, June 20, 2012)
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Constructed with mostly U.S.-made materials, the CSL -- home base for environmental education and research -- aims to achieve net-zero energy consumption with solar photovoltaics, geothermal wells and a vertical axis wind turbine, as well as passive cooling, heating and lighting methods. It will also save resources by treating and reusing all water captured on site.
Additionally, the CSL will interact with its environs as a vital part of daily operation, blurring the lines between the natural and built environments. And, as a global SITES™ pilot project, it will feature a restorative landscape with native plants and a demonstration green roof garden. Other site features include a lagoon, water distillation system, rain gardens, and constructed wetlands. (Source: Phipps Conservatory, 7 May, 2012)Contact: Liz Fetchin Director of Marketing and Communications Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens (412) 441-4442, ext. 3801, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.phipps.conservatory.org
A Community Wind Project can be owned by an individual or a small local group and can contain a few units or a considerable number of units which can affect the amount of energy generated. The frequency of wind and wind speed will likewise help determine the ROI point. The 30% federal incentive in place now has no limit as to the number of turbines on one parcel of land; state and local incentives may vary. Therefore, the return on investment (ROI) will vary in correlation to all pertinent dynamics. (Source: Sauer Energy PR, May 1, 2012) Contact: Dieter Sauer, President and CEO, Sauer Energy, (888) 829-8748, www.SauerEnergy.com
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Enlighten Hybrid Powered Lighting Systems was developed by EfstonScience in partnership with StressCrete/King Luminaire and Clear Blue Technologies, providers of the hybrid charge controller and real-time clouded remote monitoring and data collection.
The Enlighten Hybrid Lighting Systems combines a Daisy vertical axis wind turbine and solar photovoltaics.
Solar wind hybrid lighting systems, consisting of one or two solar panels and no wind turbines, are available. (Source: EfstonScience, April 24, 2012)
Contact: EfstonScience, (416) 787-4581, www.escience.ca