If you are bored of the ugliness of regular wind turbines, welcome to a new philosophy of thinking and designing small wind turbines.
You are not going to broke by buying a small wind turbine (or a couple of them), but surely you are going to feel sorry of the poor image of your green purchase. Then you will have to support the advantages of your green device by giving figures of energy production, if the weather is friendly enough (what a bore!) or lying about its incredible performance (what a shame!).
It’s time to get rid of all that boring spiel and discover the proud of being an owner of a really cool machine, to make your friends drop jaws and people turn heads to watch your little wonder. It’s time to be able to make yourself a gift buying an affordable and beautiful small wind turbine, that may give you some additional joy saving money in your energy bill, giving to you a green credential and making sustainability campaign among your neighbors.
We haven’t seen yet any decent looking small wind turbine apart from the amazingly simple and beautiful Bram Water’s Aerotek. This five bladed small wind turbine has been quite an inspiration and an instant classic that could be raising value between collectors.
Other good example of medium size small wind turbine could be the Skystream, by South West Windpower, if its size and price is a little high for a really affordable budget.
We will be both giving clues and building machines that can hold the thrill and excitement of being cool and powerful at an average citizen reach.