Small Wind Power Gets Closer to Consumer

by Antonio Pasolini on April 26, 2012

Photo: Sauer

Sauer Energy, one of the leading companies in the small wind segment, is getting its product closer to the consumer after striking 25 distribution deals for its WindCharger wind turbine, a vertical axis unit to generate wind power on a small scale.

WindCharger only requires a wind speed of five miles per hour, or two meters per second to generate wind power atop residences and commercial buildings.

Sauer Energy said it is now in the process of selecting applications for regional distributors across North America. The company said response has been encouraging and demand has been stronger than it had anticipated.

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