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Small wind turbines used in residential applications typically range in size from 400 watts to 20 kilowatts, depending on the amount of electricity you want to generate. A typical home uses approximately 10,649 kilowatt-hours of electricity per year (about 877 kilowatt-hours per month). Small wind turbines can be a cost-effective way to generate renewable electricity for your home. As a general rule of thumb, if the average annual wind speed on your property is less than 5 meters per second, it's likely not a suitable location for a small wind turbine. Home or farm-scale turbines are generally under 100 kilowatts and cost about $3000-$8000 per kilowatt of capacity. A large house would need a 10-kilowatt turbine and the installation cost would be about $50,000-$80,000.

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Families and businesses around North America are recognizing the benefits of wind energy, including:

Dramatically reduce or eliminate your electric bills
Wind turbines are one of the best investments (8-12% ROI)
System payback in as little as 4-8 years
Financing available to eliminate upfront costs

Request a wind turbine consultation, and we will assess your wind speed and analyze your property for suitability for a wind turbine. If your property qualifies, we will connect you with an installer to discuss your requirements and answer your questions about a wind turbine. Together, you can determine if wind is the right fit for you and your energy needs.