Vertical Axis Wind Turbines – New How-To Guide From Green Power Easy
Today we just wanted to take a moment to let everyone know that our product is expanding. This month we will be adding a new eBook into our product. The downloadable guide will be available in PDF format, it will cover vertical axis wind turbines, and it will be made available to all current Green Power Easy members later in April.
Just watch the video below to learn more about this new part of our product, and if you aren’t yet a Green Power Easy member you’ll want to use this link to join Green Power Easy today.
What Is A Vertical Axis Wind Turbine?
Unlike a regular turbine where the blades are horizontal to the wind, a vertical axis turbine has blades that face the wind horizontally. This has a few advantages, but the biggest one is that a vertical axis turbine is more suitable for lower wind speed areas.
With a vertical turbine (VAWT) you can get the same power production as a regular turbine but you can accomplish it in areas where average wind speeds don’t exceed 15 MPH. This simple advantage makes a vertical axis wind turbine suitable for more people than a regular design. Obviously you still need wind to spin the turbine, but with a vertical design you can adjust your blade design to capture more wind and produce power even when the wind is blowing at only 8 MPH.
When Will This New Guide Become Available?
Green Power Easy members will get the official download links later this month. The VAWT guide will cover 3 separate blade designs and it will be made available as a download to anyone who is currently a member of Green Power Easy. If you aren’t yet a member, you can get the EASY DIY guide to solar & wind power here, and you’ll also receive the download links to the new guide later this month.