Eliminating the need to have panels on the roof or located in open areas.
Sun exposure in Temperate Climates is equivalent to roof top installations. Advanced surface materials decrease reflection and increase performance by up to 6%
Modern Design Advantage
The Passive Heat / Insulation Effect:
50% of the solar energy is given off as latent heat. The passive heat will rise to be captured within the roof area.
Increased airflow in summer and heat source in winter lowers the temperature gradient which increases energy efficiency.
A product designed to take advantage of Sustainable and Passive construction standards adds insulative value, increases building energy efficiency and is much less expensive to install.
WTTEC’s unique wind turbine introduces a disruption operational and technological advances to the energy industry worldwide.
The turbine is based on a printed circuit board system and reflects a solid-state unit. A cage surrounded by sails that open and close as required to catch the wind and rotate the cage in turn rotating the generator inside. This system is very energy efficient, with a very low drag coefficient, due to its disk or plate design.
The turbine is completely automated and is built with a high density Cellate base. Once the winds reach a certain pre-determined point, the system shuts itself down and retreats down inside of its protective shell and waits out. Thus, protecting it from any harmful hurricane or typhoon force winds.
The design also allows for operational winds input from 8km to 100km without shutting down.
The system always regulates the amount of force placed on the sails.
Because of its very low drag co-efficient and design, it is rated at 96% efficient at all band curves.
The design also allows the units to be placed in line so that a 1MW system can be turned in to a 8MW placement, given that the structure can handle the weight and the wind.
An entire 1-8 MW system can be shipped in a single sea container and installed using a crane.
With a 3-meter diameter cage, 4000mm x 1100mm sails, at a base wind speed of 8km, it is possible to generate, from 1 to 8 MW of power, given the number of units in configuration inside the core.
Tacking the gensets on top of each other, inside the core, lowers the per unit cost about 11%. With a max height of 8 units per core.