Why choose Vertical Axis Wind Turbine?
Vertical-axis wind turbine (VAWT) is a type of wind generator in which the main rotor shaft is set vertically, and the main components are located at the turbine’s base. VAWTs offer several advantages over traditional horizontal-axis wind turbines (HAWTs). First, they can be packed closer together in wind farms, allowing more in a given space. They are smaller due to the slowing effect on the air that HAWTs have, forcing designers to separate them by ten times their width.
Grian52 vertical axis wind turbines are rugged, quiet, light, and omnidirectional, and they do not stress the support structure. They do not require as much wind to generate power, thus allowing them to be closer to the ground. By being closer to the ground, they are easily maintained and installed on rooftops and similar tall structures.