Virginia Center for Wind Energy event additional info.

Virginia Center for Wind Energy event additional info.

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JMU Virginia Center for Wind Energy


Thomas Harrison Middle School
1311 West Market Street
United States

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(540) 568-8768

I'm a retired systems engineer, I built this hybrid wind/solar renewable energy project in the backyard and go to these Events just for the enjoyment of it... I will also be in Harrisonburg talking about my lattice tower, the 32 magnet 3KW low rpm alternator, stator, homebuilt 18 foot rotor blades, furling tail and maintanance docking station. Also the electrical and electronic controls required to maintain control, diversion, and automatic shutdown of a hybrid energy system in the event of very severe storms. I will also talk about MPPT, PWM, my Davis Weather Instruments, Midnite, Morningstar, Outback, Otherpower, Magnum Energy master/slave inverters, and other equipment I use.

No matter what your energy resources are, the technology is here to provide your home with reliable electricity day-in and day-out. With a grid-interactive system, there are no more gas cans to fill-up. Backup AC power is made available 24 hours a day in the event of a utility outage, providing instant, reliable power and peace-of-mind. The grid-interactive technology provides you the ability to utilize solar, wind and hydropower sources. You can also take advantage of grid-tie and net-metering. The modular system architecture allows your system to grow along with your power requirements. Q&A also

Hope to see you there...
Roger Beale (systems engineer retired)

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