Customers

A small wind turbine is both a statement of your commitment to a cleaner planet and an investment. We’re glad you visited us to find out more about buying a wind turbine.

Wind Tulips look beautiful and make electricity everywhere the wind blows

The guide to choosing your Wind Tulip:

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Have a look at our sizes and prices

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Decide whether on or off grid

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Plan your installation and check if you might need a permit

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Buy or reserve yours today (shop coming soon for EU)

Here is a link to the FAQ page.

We often are asked about comparisons to and integration with existing or planned solar PV projects. Here is a white paper about the advantages over solar when space is limited in a windy area. Here are some guidelines on planning and using wind and solar together.

Spec sheets:

Large model (250 mm shaft, 6 meters high): Click here for fiberglass blades. Click here for aluminum blades. Technical drawing of base: click here. Technical drawing of turbine: click here for metal blades. Click here for fiberglass blades

Medium model (200 mm shaft, 4.5 meters high): Click here for fiberglass blades. Click here for aluminum blades. Technical drawing of base: click here. Technical drawing of turbine: click here for metal blades. Click here for fiberglass blades.

Small model (100 mm shaft, 2.7 meters high): Click here for fiberglass blades. Click here for aluminum blades. Technical drawing of base: click here. Technical drawing of turbine and base in several views: click here.

Mini model (50 mm shaft, 1 meter high): click here. Technical drawing of base: click here. Technical drawing of turbine: click here.

Notes: 1. Updates are common. Check this page for latest information before final installation plans. For installation, the base is your most important part to look at so you can prepare for a simple physical connection. 2. Currently, for the 3 largest versions, we are providing the fiberglass portions as a single assembly. 3. We will contact you in 1-3 months after you place your initial order or pre-order so that we are sure that your project is correctly planned. 4. We recommend fiberglass blades for areas of extreme cold. 5. We recommend all black blades for area of extreme ice. 6. Putting the turbines on a slanted rooftop represents a challenge. Check back for updates every 1-2 months about methods we are developing to make this easier for you.