Benefits for:
  • Society
  • Energy Developers
  • Power Utilities
  • Industry
  • Marketing:
  • Markets
  • Future Markets
  • CFO Business Case
  • Technology:
  • Development Context
  • Wind Tunnel Testing
  • Simulation
  • Collaborative Design
  • Rotor Design
  • Turbine Velocities
  • FAQs
  • About OrganoWorld:
  • Raison d'être
  • Implementation Roadmap
  • Organization
  • Contact Us
  • Development Context

      Electricity is the motor of the modern economy and its role is increasing due to climate change considerations. Over 99% of all electricity produced is dependent on two areas of science, that being fluid mechanics and Newtonian mechanics as their respective laws govern the application. The principals of modern power generation are simple. Essentially a fluid flow is directed against the blades of a turbine and the torque generated is then converted into electricity by a generator. Up until the past ten years, generated steam (fossil and nuclear) and water (hydropower) were the dominant fluids employed as technology permitted the development of relatively high static pressures (or static head) and relatively compact turbines that could convert the energy of the fluid stream into large quantities of electricity.

      Wind energy has recently been developed but the low static pressure available from wind is its principal drawback. This has resulted in the development of huge turbine rotors in the search of higher generating capacities as the larger the surface area swept by the rotor the more power produced. Wind turbine generating capacities are dependent on the wind speeds available and accordingly to the wind speeds on the wind site. The time has come to go back to basics and rethink the process for generating electricity from wind in order to be less site dependant and to decrease the rotor diameters. This is the raison d'être of the entire development.

    Summary:

      For worldwide green energy production to advance more rapidly we must address the commercial challenge of competitive production costs and profitability that is not based on government subsidies. The Winga E-Generator allows energy developers to increase their profitability while at the same time it can offer cheaper electricity to the consumer and advance the production of zero emission energy. This is obtained by the innovative techniques applied to maximise energy production at low wind speeds. The environment, the consumer, the energy developer and industry are at last united in a win-win situation. Investments in the Winga E-Generator energy production lead to benefits for developers that include:

      • Improved profitability/energy production using low velocity sites
      • lower energy production costs,
      • lower energy intensity for industrial production
      • higher energy selling prices by better market proximity
      • reduced project size and capital investment per site
      • high power quality from each stand alone turbine
      • less performance risk in the event of inferior site wind conditions
    Benefits for:
  • Society
  • Energy Developers
  • Power Utilities
  • Industry
  • Marketing:
  • Markets
  • Future Markets
  • CFO Business Case
  • Technology:
  • Development Context
  • Wind Tunnel Testing
  • Simulation
  • Collaborative Design
  • Rotor Design
  • Turbine Velocities
  • FAQs
  • About OrganoWorld:
  • Raison d'être
  • Implementation Roadmap
  • Organization
  • Contact Us