ArborWind’s PT 180 is an ideal renewable energy solution for customers with approximately 200,000 kwh or above of electric usage. Prior to installation, a thorough assessment should be obtained of the prospective site and its wind conditions. All legal and any site restrictions should be obtained along with the local utility’s cooperation. Typically, the conditions most favorable are in rural regions with good winds.
Obtain stable electric energy costs for the long-term future with ArborWind, (the average price of grid electricity has increase 500% over the past 40 years). Lower your existing current costs by taking advantage of the federal investment tax credit to cover 30% of installed costs. Some prime customers may appreciate your producing with “green” power and lowering environmental impacts, earning an advantage over the competition.
Getting control of increasing utility costs or attempting to lead the way in environmental and renewable energy awareness and skills, the ArborWind PT 180 helps you show leadership! What better way to train today’s students and tomorrow’s business leaders on sustainability than to demonstrate the technologies viability and returns.
It doesn’t matter your business, if you consume 200,000 or more kwh per year, you should consider ArborWind’s PT180 as an alternative to buying from your utility. With the federal investment tax credit available for small wind turbines, you may be able to lower your costs. Besides reducing a costly expenditure, you’ll have satisfaction in knowing you are producing clean power and demonstrating it in a very powerful way. In order to get reliable power from good wind locations, our combined rotor and tower stand approximately 150 feet high. This is fine in most rural communities, but requires investigation in more urban settings.
Community organizations and rural residential communities can take advantage of distributed generation at an efficient scale by aggregating requirements. At a good wind site, the lifetime average cost of power from wind will frequently be dramatically lower than all other sources. Our energy future is changing and so is how we source our power. In addition to commercial community activities, rural distribution cooperatives and municipal utilities may want to add distributed generation to help maintain reliability while adding a clean sustainable resource.