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Energy Cube System

by Alisa Princy (2020-04-08)

To say one location is the Energy Cube System Review better there must be a less then ideal location for a home wind turbine. This particular bad location went to a turbine that was mounted on the roof of a house in a low wind area. To compound the matter the turbine was position barely above the roof line of the house which lends itself to almost no wind. Green also said that "The study's findings show that a lot of the turbines had been installed in areas that did not achieve the minimum average wind speed,". Best Location for a Home Wind Turbine The report from the EST also stated that the best performing wind turbine during the study was a pole-mounted home wind turbine which had an average wind speed of 13 MPH. This particular location allowed the home wind turbine to generate 22,000kWh of clean wind electricity per year. The report went on to say "This location is in essence an offshore turbine mounted on land and represents an almost perfect site. There are no obstructions around the turbine, and it is mounted in very clean air." The results of this report don't come as a shock as there are many documented positive results of correctly installed turbines over the years. The result also would not surprise many of you who have built your own wind turbine in our favorite do it yourself turbine kit as it shows you the correct way to install a turbine to get the best results. Now that you have a pretty good idea on where to position your turbine have a look at my blog on how to build your own wind power turbine. If you are looking for a solution to reduce your energy or electricity costs, then you should give yourself a chance to integrate solar panels into your home. Solar panel is the key to harness the solar power and form into the energy that you can use it to replace the electricity for your home. Installing a solar panels can be expensive especially if you are hiring someone to build it for you. The fees could easily cost you up to $5000~$20000, depending on the size of your house and how the whole system was being installed. But the good news is that you can actually build your own panels to harness the solar power for far less money, like below $200 budget.