Wind Energy for Rural Development – Inerjy Vertical Axis Wind Turbines
The United States Department of Agriculture has established wind energy for rural development programs to help rural america establish their own renewable energy sources. Currently they are taking applications for any private entity, rural utility, or rural electric cooperative who is seeking help funding a project such as installing an EcoVert™ Wind Energy Turbine.
If you are interested in assistance from the USDA, but would like help navigating through all the programs to find which one best suites your application, reach out to Inerjy and we’ll make the process easier for you.
Rural America provides a great wind source and it is the reason a large portion of all wind turbines installed in the United States generate power for on-site or local use. On a unit basis, distributed wind installations account for more than 67 percent of all wind turbines installed in the United States since 2003 and accounted for more than 33 percent of all wind turbines installed in the United States in 2014.
EcoVert™’s Wind Energy for rural development is designed to utilize the great power potential that is all around the country. Contact Inerjy to learn how your site will measure with wind speeds and what public programs are available to help with your renewable energy project.