EWT is a global designer and producer of utility standard high performance gearless wind turbines of 250kW to 900kW. Increasingly EWT is also providing energy sales and energy saving solutions to customers in selected jurisdictions, linked primarily to value derived from the kWh generated by energy savings accrued from the EWT turbine.
With over 500 turbines spinning based on its technology across North America, Europe and Asia, EWT has very much a proven, certified and highly performing product range targeted on the decentralised wind sector, including energy solutions integrating with other sources of generation.
Customers benefit from high availability and high output relative to peers, generating high customer value through maximising income from kWh generation and/or saving significantly through offsetting more expensive grid supplied power. This can be through a single turbine, a cluster of turbines providing generation flexibility, or in combination with other forms of generation.
EWT is a full service company, with highly experienced industry personnel, comprising in-house not only product design and certification, but a highly comprehensive service offering supported by a strong domestic and international team, plus all commercial, legal and financial functions.
EWT wind turbines are ideally suited for on-site generation at farms, industrial sites, offices and community projects.
The list and table below summarise the EWT wind turbine models available:
Which Turbine is ideal for you?
|Turbine Model||Site Mean Wind Speed (m/s)||Site Suitability||AEP* at 7m/s mean wind speed (kWh)||Available Tower Heights (m)||Rated Output (kW)||More Information|
|DW52||8.5||Medium wind regime sites; Medium and Large land holdings; Large onsite energy use; Commercial and Industrial sites||2,359,000||35
|900||Click for DW52 900 kW info|
|DW61||7.5||Low wind regime sites; Medium and Large land holdings; Large onsite energy use; Commercial and Industrial sites||2,878,000||35
|900||Click for DW54 900 kW info|
*AEP is “Annual Energy Production”
Want to install a wind turbine?
If you are in the UK then take our Wind Site Self-Assessment - The first step to provide information we need to complete a Windpower Feasibility Study. It takes about 20 minutes to work through the basic checks, including:
- Estimating wind speed
- Checking proximity of nearby properties
- Checking site access and approach roads
- Investigating connection with the grid