The Premier DIY Wind Turbine Generator
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Patented permanent magnet ac generator with special stator, effectively reduce torque, well match the wind wheel and generator, and ensure the performance of whole system.The headpiece can be arbitrary rotated with anti-winding ability and automatically turned protection when faced with strong winds.
The wind turbines use ultra-light composite material Blades in Nylon fiber, using new art of precision injection molding , matched with optimized helped with optimized structure and aerodynamic shape, it enhanced wind power coefficient and power generating capacity.Body of casting aluminum alloy, with 3 bearings swivel , making it survive stronger wind and run more safely.
The unique magnetic circuit design makes the starting torque very small, which can effectively ensure the wind turbine’s breeze starting ability.
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A Growing Demand for Wind Energy
In its most recent energy supply and demand projections to 2040, Canada’s National Energy Board (NEB) published a “reference case” (business-as-usual scenario) that indicated the nation will need new electricity generation facilities to power the coming decades.
This reference case predicts that wind energy will be a major contributor of that new power through the installation of an average of 510 MW of new wind energy capacity every year.
This significant projected growth of wind energy is a reflection of wind energy’s cost-competitiveness.
While these are impressive numbers, there is room for more growth in wind energy.
Over the past decade, Canada installed new wind energy capacity at a pace closer to 1,000 MW per year. Looking ahead, Canada will need more low-cost, reliable and clean electricity – particularly in the face of climate change.
If Canada is to do its part to address climate change, the nation must essentially de-carbonize its electricity grid by the middle of this century – and the country is not on course.
Today, 81 per cent of Canada’s grid is non-emitting. Under the regulator’s reference case, by 2040 that number will only climb to 84 per cent.
Why such little progress? Because greenhouse gas-emitting natural gas is expected to surpass wind energy as the leading source of new electricity generation in Canada.
Natural gas plays an important role in Canada’s electricity system today. Its cost and flexibility make it an important complement to wind energy as Canada transitions to a low-carbon future. To de-carbonize our grid, however, greenhouse gas-emitting natural gas must play only a minor role in Canada’s electricity grid by 2050. Because generation facilities operate for several decades, this requires a long-term, strategic approach to investments in new natural gas generation, to minimize the risk of creating stranded assets.
Increasingly, fossil-fuel fired generation must be replaced with affordable, reliable and non-emitting electricity – creating a significant opportunity for renewable energy.
Wind energy is the lowest cost option for new electricity supply, without subsidies (Lazard 13.0).
- Weighted average cost per kwh for 592 MW of new wind power in Alberta: 3.7 cents.
- Drop in wind-energy prices in the U.S. between 2009-2019 (Lazard 13.0): 70 per cent.
- Anticipated drop in world wind energy costs by 2050 (Bloomberg 2019): 48 per cent.
- Innovation is driving the price drop: Larger turbines can generate more power from a given resource, and technology advances in monitoring and optimization allow more efficient wind harvesting.
- According to the report titled Renewable Power Generation Costs in 2017 by the International Renewable Energy Agency, between 2010 and 2017, the installed costs for newly commissioned onshore wind projects fell by 20 per cent, with a 22 per cent reduction in the levelized cost of energy (LCOE) from these facilities.