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Residential Wind Turbines Where Can I Put Them





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With residential wind turbines, the question always is where can I install them to get the most energy? That is certainly not a simple question because it all depends on the context that we are talking about.

What is the wind like at the particular corner of your property that you are thinking about installing such a device? And, what type of device are we specifically talking about - a horizontal or a vertical wind turbine?

If it weren't for the rapidly diminishing oil supplies globally, there would be no need for any of this hassle. However, we live in an economy that is dependent upon electricity and if you want to keep your computer powered, you just have got to think of other ways that you can supply the power and not depend on large oil companies or utilities to supply it to you forever at this low-cost.

The first step in any home project is to understand what materials you are working with. In the case of analyzing residential wind turbines, it is a good idea to first assess your wind resources at different points around your land. This of course includes the wind on your roof.

The way to go about doing that is to take a wind survey and try to understand the wind signature if you will at various points around your house. In every case, you will find that the wind signature or microclimate is different depending on where you're taking the data.

You can't just rely on ZIP code data and the wind conditions that your get from a site like Weather Underground.com though. That information is way too generalized and could be radically different on your property versus the averages that you get at a site like that or one of the other government sponsored repositories of information on wind flows around the country.

There are many places that you can put a residential wind device. The most popular are on the roof of your house or on a tower at least 100 feet up in the air.

You will of course get the best wind the higher up you go. The rule of thumb is to place the tower at least 30 feet above the height of the trees. If you are going to install the device on a roof though you just need to place the wind device that the apex of the roof so you can take advantage of Roof Effect.

In summary, there is just no way to say what the best location for residential wind turbines will be. That is all dependent upon where exactly you have available to place the turbine as well as the microclimate wind conditions that you find there.


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