Wind Turbine Energy FAQ
What are the state and local regulations governing turbine installations?
The small wind industry is changing rapidly and so are the bylaws and ordinances governing them. Many localities and States are clearing the way for small installations, but there’s still much work to be done. The Honeywell Wind Turbine is 170lbs, 6 foot in diameter, high output turbine, making it far easier to get approvals. Most restrictions are in place to prevent 30- 60 foot towers and >12 foot blades. The Honeywell Wind Turbine is redefining the market again.
Is the Honeywell Wind Turbine a replacement for a backup generator?
This will depend on if you are utilizing a grid-interactive or non-grid energy management system. The OutBack Power System is a non-grid system that stores power and can be used when the grid is down.
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What application is the Honeywell Wind Turbine best suited for?
The Honeywell Wind Turbine (Honeywell Wind Turbine) is designed for residential homes, small business and commercial applications, generating energy where we consume it, even in low wind speeds.
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The Honeywell Wind Turbine has an increased operating span over traditional turbines with a start-up speed as low as 0.5 mph, with an auto shut off at 38 mph, traditional gearbox turbines require minimum wind speeds of 7.5 mph to cut in and start generating power.
Michigan - Annual Average Wind at 80 Meters
The Department of Energy's Wind Program and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) published a new wind resource map for the state of Michigan. The new wind resource map shows the predicted mean annual wind speeds at 80-m height. Presented at a spatial resolution of 2.5 km (interpolated to a finer scale for display). Areas with annual average wind speeds around 6.5 m/s and greater at 80-m height are generally considered to have suitable wind resource for wind development
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Wind Turbine Model WT6500
The Honeywell WT6500 automatically moves with the wind through its directional fins and can be installed on a pole, roof or commercial mount. The wind turbine has a start-up speed as low as 0.5 mph, with an auto shut off at 38 mph.
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Wind Turbine Videos
See the Honeywell Wind Turbines in action. It has a start-up speed as low as 0.5 mph, with an auto shut off at 38 mph. Traditional gearbox turbines require minimum wind speeds of 7.5 mph to cut in and start generating power. Also see how the turbines changes direction to maximize wind power.
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