RoofMill™ Rooftop Wind Turbine

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ONLY FROM: WindEnergy7-Com WindEnergy7 LLC, The Home Wind Turbine manufacturer, located in Ohio, has a owner/dealer opportunity for people to get a system and become the local home wind turbine dealer.

RoofMill™, is the invention of WindEnergy7 LLC founder, speaking in the video. This patent pending invention released last year has won the Think Green Design Award 2010, in a contest by Allied Electronics. RoofMill™ Advance Home Energy System, it’s a grid tied home wind turbine generator together with rooftop solar panels in a complete “Whole House” system. It has emergency UPS for your home and can run your meter backwards selling unused power.

WindEnergy7.com – RoofMill™ Rooftop Wind Turbine is the first home wind turbine kit. Invented by WindEnergy7 LLC, an Ohio manufacturer who is creating green jobs from California to New Jersey. The systems feature a patented roof mounting mehod and apparatus that is exclusive to WindEnergy7…

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WindEnergy7.com – If you want a small wind turbine, fill out small wind turbine contact form and I can connect you with the small wind turbine dealer for your area. There are still areas open for new dealers to become the local source for wind systems. So, if you are interested in becoming…

These systems are only available from WindEnergy7-Com or one of their local dealers. For more information, or to become a customer, dealer, or installer, go to the site at WindEnergy7.com and fill out their Contact form to find out about becoming a local rooftop wind turbine customer, installer, or wind turbine dealer.

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17 Responses to “RoofMill™ Rooftop Wind Turbine”

  1. ogskeetdizzle says:

    cool

  2. MiguelsChatBox says:

    great new video

  3. RooftopWind says:

    @Bogt We had a Geo Metro LSI that was 60mpg and about 15 years ago. Today they are collectors items. People buy them and restore them to have a car that gets great mileage on regular old unleaded. The US market is just not same because of people’s requirement for big power? People test drive a car and will pass on one that is sluggish… Well, that’s how great mileage cars seem to accelerate, so what? Oh well, it is what it is. The $4 gas was helping for awhile.

  4. Bogt says:

    @Bogt I understand that is because of the chicken tax. Great! Not.

  5. Bogt says:

    @RooftopWind Nice to see that your getting an EV for local driving. It’s a shame that in the US it’s hard to find a economical Van type of vehicle. For example a VW Transporter T5 (Vanagon) It gets better fuel economy and it can haul more stuff.

    Good luck with your business!

  6. RooftopWind says:

    @Bogt When I put a 3 turbine system into it to make an installation with turbines and solar panels packed in, strapper onto the top, The (MIDSIZE) SUV is as small a vehicle as I can use. It’s much more economical that a truck whick would haul systems easier. It’s also much better than my competitors who need a CRANE, CEMENT TRUCK, and TRACTOR to erect their silly towers. I have no shame in my (MIDSIZE) SUV. I will be getting an EV for my local city driving. Thanks for your interest.

  7. Bogt says:

    Is that gigantic SUV your company car? Why not trade it in for a more economic model or better yet an electric Nissan Leaf or something if you can use it.

  8. aburke673 says:

    We are interested in becoming food self sufficient and providing back up sources of energy in the case of power loss. We would like to power a small green house for food self sufficiency by a small wind turbine system off the garage roof that could also power us in case of power loss or shortages.

  9. RockTheOcean4me says:

    Hey, never seen this before, really good !
    Stay green my friend,

    Sharkie

  10. ryansteinolfson says:

    Awesome stuff. How much energy can you get out of these turbines. Can a wind turbine generate enough energy to power a coffee pot or a water heater for a day.

  11. rdkt123 says:

    excellant system,a freind of mine has a similar system which runs the pond on his fish pond..

  12. omarfaw says:

    ppl should use this kind of stuff more country wide.

  13. WindEnergy7 says:

    @kurpieldarek Yes, agreed, the winds got to such fierce speed lately but actually I love it because I can really see how the system reacts and document how robust it handles bad weather. Thanks for watching, appreciate it.

  14. WindEnergy7 says:

    @jes166 Thanks bro. I appreciate it.

  15. HomeWindTurbines7 says:

    Congratulations. The system featured here RoofMill™, is the invention of WindEnergy7 LLC founder, pictured in the video. This patent pending invention released last year has won the Think Green Design Award 2010, in a contest by Allied Electronics. RoofMill™ Advance Home Energy System, it’s a grid tied home wind turbine generator together with rooftop solar panels in a complete “Whole House” system. It has emergency UPS for your home and can run your meter backwards selling unused power.

  16. jes166 says:

    great video :)

  17. kurpieldarek says:

    Revelation! These three wind farms next to each other I wish you great strong winds not only hurricanes!!

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