Hurricane Wind Power wind best Off Grid Renewable Energy Company USA

Over the past several years Hurricane wind power has certainly won its share of awards.  This time Hurricane has followed up its 2017 win of Best renewable off grid company from BUILD NEWS Magazine with there newest achievement winning the same award from

While Hurricane wind power was originally best places to buy a residential wind turbine kit their focus has tremendously evolved in both scope and comprehensive level of services provided.  While Hurricane is synonymous with excellence in renewable energy they want there customer to know we are still the best place to buy a small wind turbine and get more than you have paid for. While there is no shortage of promises in the small wind industry Anthony Jones of Hurricane is renewing his focus on Wind Turbine Technologies, Hydro Power systems and Thermo electric and its full line up of water heating systems.

We are just letting our customers know what is on the horizon and turbine with real outputs of 3-5 kw are just around the corner. We have a lot more awards to announce on the work that has been done and while we have enjoyed the peace from our vacation from social media we have a lot of content and material to share including the completion of a designed 20 plus kw off grid system designed to power a farm. To those who have written us and asked us to come back and enjoyed our DIY tutorials we appreciate the calls and requests. It is for you  customers which we will be coming back for and we looks forward to the strongest and most prosperous 2018 to date.

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What goes into a Hurricane wind Power permanent magnet alternators White Lightning an honest review

At hurricane wind power we are open honest and show our customers what and how their parts are built. Unlike some of our competitors which do not so much as touch their products prior to shipping them we take great care and pride to treat all of our customers right and package a product as we would want to get it ourselves

Hurricane Wind Power Generators – Hurricane Wind Turbine Reviews

Hurricane Wind Power is located in the star city of the south Roanoke Virginia.

Hurricane Wind Power is located in the star city of the south Roanoke Virginia. Hurricane Wind Power was established in 2009 to with the mission of doing one thing: building the best wind turbine in the world right here in the United States. Established for the do it your seller to make the goal of renewable energy and sustainability attainable for the average person. We build the best generators on the market with new and evolving technologies.

Complete Air Superiority – Hurricane Wind Power

Hurricane Wind Power – Complete Air Superiority Permanent Magnet Alternators White Lightning Wind Turbines are assembled in America in the shops of Hurricane Wind Power.

These generators are incorporated into some of the most aesthetically pleasing as well as advanced wind turbines on the market today. Available in 750 and 1 KW models. The turbines and permanent magnet alternators will be available in low wind 12 volt, 24, 48, and 110 volt models. The while lightning turbine feature a furling tail full yaw bearing….no more metal on metal garbage. You the customer have demanded more and I believe we have delivered.

Hurricane Wind Power is located in the star city of the south Roanoke Virginia. Hurricane Wind Power was established in 2009 to with the mission of doing one thing: building the best wind turbine in the world right here in the United States. Established for the do it your seller to make the goal of renewable energy and sustainability attainable for the average person. We build the best generators on the market with new and evolving technologies.

Hurricane Wind Generator Residential Wind Turbine Reviews How to Rate a Turbine

Hurricane Wind Generator Residential Wind Turbine Reviews How to Rate a Turbine
http://www.hurricanewindpower.com/wind-generators
http://www.hurricanewindpower.com/wind-turbine-generator-blade-power-calculator/
Se labeling standard page 11 at 24.6 mph or 11 m/s
http://www.nrel.gov/wind/smallwind/pdfs/awea_small_turbine_standard.pdf