WIND TURBINE KIT NEWS AND REVIEWS

  • GudCraft WG1000 1KW 1000W 12 Volt Wind Turbine Residential Commercial Wind Generator

    GudCraft WG1000 1KW 1000W 12 Volt Wind Turbine Residential Commercial Wind Generator GudCraft WG1000 1KW 1000W 12 Volt Wind Turbine Residential Commercial Wind Generator The GudCraft WG1000 1KW 1000W 12 Volt Wind Turbines Residential Commercial Wind Generator with three blades is the newest design in wind turbines. This GudCraft wind turbine is expected to generate 1 KW or 1000 Watts of power with a 12-volt output. The package includes a 3-blade wind turbine made of lightweight, weatherproofed cast aluminum; generator; hardware; and specially designed folding tail. The product has a 1 year warranty from the date of purchase. We requested Leo, Adrian and Victor to review this product. They have purchased and used this GudCraft WG1000 1KW 1000W 12 Volt Wind Turbine Residential Commercial Wind Generator and will...

  • GudCraft WG300 24-Volt 6-Blade 300 Watt Wind Generator with Charge Controller

    GudCraft WG300 24-Volt 6-Blade 300 Watt Wind Generator with Charge Controller GudCraft WG300 24-Volt 6-Blade 300 Watt Wind Generator with Charge Controller The GudCraft WG300 24-Volt 6-Blade 300 Watt Wind Generator with Charge Controller is a popular low start-up wind turbine for homes, telecommunication towers, advertising signs boats, cabins and more. Thousands of this unit has been sold and are being used all over the world. Its popularity is the result of its continuous quiet operation and its clean aerodynamic lines. According to the manufacturer, this wind turbine generates more energy than any other similar wind turbines available in the market today. Kenneth, Frank and Roy are our respondents who will review this product. In addition to giving us their review, they will also rate it from a scale o...

  • GudCraft WG400 400 Watt 12-Volt 6-Blade Wind Generator With Charge Controller

    GudCraft WG400 400 Watt 12-Volt 6-Blade Wind Generator With Charge Controller The GudCraft WG 400 400 Watt12-Volt 6-Blade Wind Generator is a small-size, low wind speed wind turbine that starts at a wind speed of 5mph. it is a new design of wind turbine with 6 blades and comes with a charge controller. We asked three respondents to review this wind turbine; they are Melvin, Daniel and Aaron. We will also provide our own evaluation of the product and rate it accordingly from a scale of 1-star to 5-star. You can compare this product with other wind turbines of the same category we have reviewed on this site such as the All Power America APWT400A 400-Watt Three Blade wind Generator. About the distributor This WG 400 400-Watt wind turbine is available on www.GudCraftOnline.com. It is an online shop for wi...

  • Super-Conductor Turbines Expected to Reduce Wind Energy Cost in Australia

    US Government Bolsters its Commitment to Renewables Australian researchers have developed new super-conductor turbines that could considerably improve the present day turbines and make possible the expansion of off-shore wind turbines within five years along the coast of Australia. A team of researchers from the Institute of Superconducting and Electronic Materials from the University Of Wollongong, New South Wales developed the new turbines that is 40% lighter than the turbines currently in use. This was achieved by simply removing the gear box that makes up present-day turbines. Eliminating the expensive, heavy and complex gear box also meant eliminating a big chunk of maintenance. A superconductor is an element that sends electrons from one atom to another conducts elect with ease. ...

  • Five New Wind Farms Increased America’s Wind Energy Capacity

    article-1 According to a most recent update report on Energy Infrastructure from the Office of Energy Projects of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), wind power supplied 68.41% or two thirds of the new electrical generating capacity of the United States in October of 2014. This development is due mainly to five wind farms that came on line recently in Texas, Nebraska, Michigan, Kansas, and Colorado which accounted for new capacity of 574 MW. Furthermore, there were five solar units with 31 MW and seven biomass units with 102 MW that were activated. These accounted for 3.69% and 12.16% respectively of new capacity. Three units of 132 MW natural gas accounted for the remaining 15.73%. In addition, in the past ten months renewable energy...

  • Eagles not protected from wind turbines

    Eagles not protected from wind turbines Eagles not protected from wind turbines Wind farms will get a 30-year license for the accidental death of eagles from wind turbines as a response of the US Federal government to the growth of clean energy. Wind power is a clean and green energy, and its growth and development is being pushed to reduce global warming. According to a Federal study, however, wind turbines have caused the death of at least 67 eagles since 2008. In an effort to invite investors and boost the growth of the wind power industry, the government of President Obama announced that it will not penalize some wind power operators for eagle death or injuries in the next 30 years. This is in response to the request of the wind energy industry of providing legal protecti...

  • US Government Bolsters its Commitment to Renewables

    US Government Bolsters its Commitment to Renewables US Government Bolsters its Commitment to Renewables President Barack Obama ordered the government to triple its renewable energy usage by 2020 because he believes the government should lead by example. The new directive of the President requires the military and all executive agencies and departments to obtain 205 of its energy requirements from renewable sources as of that date and to lay down goals that should be met for the short-term. This is a considerable increase from an earlier presidential mandate of a 7.5% target which was already attained this year. Government agencies are now obligated to obtain no lower than 10% of their energy needs from renewable sources in 2015, 15% both for 2016 and 2017, 17.5% for 2018 and 2019, and...