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« on: March 14, 2019, 11:56:23 AM »

2.45 kWp PV (Navitron supply), 40 evacuated tubes (Navitron supply), Clearview 650 log burner with back-boiler heating cottage and water, 2 off 50W border collies, 1 off 35W cat, 1 off 25W cat.
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« Reply #1 on: March 14, 2019, 01:34:00 PM »

5.3MW gives 50% more output than their 3MW platform?  I am not surprised at that!  Nothing special, I would have thought?  In fact, I would expect rather more.

I expect there is more than one reason for this?  Increased rotor height will certainly add output, for a start.  I donít think they quote the height of that particular installation, only the rotor diameter - and they only compare it to some non-descript skyscraper buildings.

Later designs of rotor blades should be a positive as might starting wind speed.  I look forward to some useful info on it. Smiley
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