Advantages of Wind Power

The wind is free, and we are able to cash in on this free source of energy. While a wind turbine does come with significant initial cost, over the service life of 20 years a wind turbine will be able to pay for itself, and produce energy which is profitable(even at today's electricity prices, without accounting for 20 years of future inflation and potential raises in cost of gas, oil and coal). The actual time involved will vary depending on average yearly wind speeds at the area where the turbine is located, and the future cost of electrical energy.

Single households, agricultural farms or small villages that are not connected to the electricity power grid can use wind turbines to produce their own electricity. This is often a better option than investing into infrastructure needed to bring grid electricity into the remote locations. It is also a great option for islands which rely on own energy generation for electrical power. Unlike traditional diesel or petrol generators wind turbines do not pollute, and do not require regular purchases of fuel.

Wind Energy can be used directly as mechanical energy, e.g. to pump water or rotate mechanical machinery. This is an option for farms, water supply/treatment companies or green mining operations which need to move significant volumes of water in their work.

Other wind power advantages - when combined with solar energy into one green energy system, it will be able to provide a more reliable and ample supply of electricity. The only time when such system would not generate any energy is during a wind-less night, but at all other times it will be able to feed more electrical energy into the grid or fill the battery banks faster.

Accessibility - can be used by almost anyone and anywhere where there is consistent average wind of 4 or more meters per second. Prevalent yearly wind speeds in many geographic areas are 4-5 meters per second. This allows a low- wind speed turbine like ANew-S1 to consistently generate electricity almost entire year. It is a 100% clean, renewable, and independent source of energy. Turbines do not pollute and free the individual from relying on the companies or the government to provide access to the grid and electricity at reasonable cost. Domestic or farm turbines take up only a small plot of land. This means that the land below can still be used. This is especially the case in agricultural areas and backyards.