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  • The Winds of Change for Power Utilities

    The New Low Velocity Wind Turbine

    Winga E-Generator Benefits for Power Utilities:

      In order to reduce the environmental effects of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gasses there is a worldwide push to develop renewable energy. However there are obstacles faced by utilities considering conventional wind turbine installations:

    Utilities face challenges:

    • Today's conventional wind turbines are difficult to incorporate into Smart Grids because they only operate in moderate to high wind speeds giving them a capacity factor of less than 45 percent.
    • You can't locate wind turbines in some places at all due to low average wind speeds.
    • Many proposed sites are blocked by nearby residents due to their impact on the view.
    • Neighbours have reported sleep disturbances due to the low whooshing sound they generate.
    • In some locations, as new wind farms are built, they pose lethal physical dangers to birds and bats.
    • Wind turbine towers are getting higher and blades longer, in an effort to increase efficiency, making siting near communities increasingly difficult due to noise complaints and perceived problems with wildlife.
    • Growing public concerns about fossil fuel power and the advent of electric vehicles, are placing new demands on power utilities

    Low Wind Velocity Production

      The OrganoWorld Winga E-Generator can generate utility-scale electricity at average wind speeds of only 4 meters per second with a greater utilization factor and at a price equal to coal power generation. This means that vast areas in Class 2 wind areas that do not have sufficient wind conditions to justify installing a 3-bladed turbine can now benefit from utility-scale wind power. It doesn't have to be located in isolated wind parks.

    Installation:

      Due to the small infrastructure requirements, the low cost per kilowatt hour and the high quality of the electricity produced, Winga E-Generator turbines may be installed one at a time and not necessarily assembled in large wind farms.

      Install it in parallel with remote or offshore turbines and you can reduce the impact that varying wind conditions have on your energy supply portfolio.

      Installed near a remote community, a Winga E-Generator, equipped with batteries, could replace current diesel generators.

      Its advanced design, highly-efficient, low environmental footprint means quiet electric power generation that can be located nearer to consumers and without endangering wildlife.

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    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