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Home Wind Turbine To Buy, What are Options, Sizes?

Postby Rooftop Wind Turbine » Sat Apr 24, 2010 2:28 pm

>> been surfing the site to see the rooftop systems, but am still pretty
>> unclear what comes w/ the systems. Is it one turbine and one solar
>> panel? How much for two each, and what type of power generating
>> can I expect?

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The icons at each product represent three standard size kits. Each offers more power and capacity as you can see in the icons there's a 1.4kW single turbine system, a 2.8kW twin turbine system, & a 4.2kW three turbine whole house system.

Most of upr sales currently go with the 4.2kW kit because it supplies more power and is a bit more effective to supply power for an average home. When you click on a link it will tell you what's in each kit in the description there. There is a parts list on each kit page. basically the kit includes everything but batteries and the home wiring. That can vary by install, local codes, and your implementation and is thus left to be sourced locally.

All kits are Grid-Tie ready, meaning that you can tie to the utility and sell power back to the utility and "run your meter backwards. All our kits can also run completely Off-Grid to power a remote cabin, billboard, communications tower, or whatever. So whether you have utility power, or are completely without utility power this system will supply power. These systems are used in the city, and also I have installations in the country on hunting cabins, island vacation cabanas, etc. This system will produce perfect clean AC power that is suitable to any high fidelity electronics. Actually this power is cleaner and steadier than the utility power in most cases. Works with or without a utility grid.

By being able to run your meter backwards you can actually get a credit from the utility at times, rather than a bill... Think about that. They have to buy the power you make, it's called Net Metering.

All kits are full UPS Emergency Backup Power. Like you can get for your computer, any appliance or load on the green circuit is on full battery back-up. That "GREEN-CIRCUIT" has 4 sources of ready power, wind/solar/utility/battery and will use any and all those sources as needed, completely automatic. Thus your most important loads should be on this system, like your refrigerator, communications, sump pump, tv, satellite, and emergency loghting for starters. When there's a rolling black-out, a pole down, big storm, whatever, your residence will always have it's own reliable power to sustain you in a crisis.

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Anyone wanting a small wind turbine, fill out the Contact Form and I can connect you with the dealer for your area. There are still areas open for new dealers but county territories and entire states are being established now, a few states completely established. So, if you are interested in Becoming a Customer/Dealer fill out the same Contact Form and we can see if your area may still be open.

We have a growing dealer network of individuals who use our products and an installed base stretching from Hawaii to New Jersey, Canada, and Europe. When customers find our kits to be easy to build and understand, many find it easy to Become Customer/Dealers. They are able to do this with no further investment and they see how interested people are to buy a system.

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