Vertical Axis Turbines

Wind Power Reimagined

Why Wind?

Incentives

In the U.S and around the world there are government and private incentives that make your wind energy project financially rewarding.

Helps the Environment

Wind energy is sustainable and renewable. The carbon-free energy is a clean source, not polluting the air or affecting our atmosphere.

Energy Independence

The wind belongs to no one. There is no government or political force to contend with or fluctuations with currency or supply.

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It's Renewable

There will always be wind. During the day, the air above the land heats up more quickly than the air over water. The warm air over the land expands and rises, and the heavier, cooler air rushes in to take its place, creating wind. At night, the winds are reversed because the air cools more rapidly over land than over water.

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Sends a Message

Just the sight alone of an EcoVert on your grounds signals to your visitors that you care about the planet and the effects our energy consumption has on the environment. Going green is not only a great way to do your part, but it is a branding opportunity for your business.

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The Technology is Here

For years the technology made an investment in wind risky. The efficiency and large costs of the technology were issues to overcome. The EcoVert has done just that and has made a community sized turbine affordable with a quick ROI.

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Wind Vs. Solar

wind vs. solar
Wind and Solar are both on the same side of green sustainable energy. Deciding between the two is a decision that does not need to be made since both can be used together to power your operations. Both, with incentives, are cheaper than any other form of energy production.

According to a study by the investment banking firm Lazard, the cost of utility-scale solar energy is as low as 5.6 cents a kilowatt-hour, and wind is as low as 1.4 cents. In comparison, natural gas comes at 6.1 cents a kilowatt-hour on the low end and coal at 6.6 cents. Without subsidies, the firm’s analysis shows, solar costs about 7.2 cents a kilowatt-hour at the low end, with wind at 3.7 cents.


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