Average wind speed

Visitors to the Energy Now Expo 2012 will be able to see and learn why the Evance R9000 small wind turbine is proving so popular in rural areas. Already over 900 Evance turbines are helping farmers, landowners and businesses become green energy producers.
Expo attendees will be able to visit Evance on Stand 61 and submit their postcode to discover what their property’s average wind speed is and calculate its potential small wind performance.
The Evance R9000 small wind turbine will generate over 13,000kWh of energy in a wind site averaging 6 metres per second annually. So with energy costs rising by around 20% this year – and possibly more in the future – wind energy is a great benefit. As well as cost savings, R9000 owners can enjoy an income stream, as the Evance R9000 is an MCS certified turbine and eligible for Feed-in Tariff payments.
“Across the country we have seen a large increase in the take up of small wind as farmers and landowners are eager to reduce both energy bills and carbon footprint, with many installing multiple small wind turbines rather than one large turbine,” Kevin Parslow, CEO of Evance Wind Turbines told The Landscaper
“Visitors will be able to see the R9000, and our team will be on hand to discuss the full service we can provide, from site surveys through to system installation, as well as the range of financial packages available for the R9000 turbine.”
The renewable energy solutions event is being held on the 15th to 16th February 2012 at The Malvern Showground in Worcestershire

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