Breezergy is a highly compact micro wind turbine with rated output sufficient to cover the base load of a small household. In comparison to other big, heavy turbines which are expensive, complex or need heavy machinery to be set up, Breezergy consists of just 2 parts – a generator with tail and metal blades with a hub.
Weighing just 30kg, it can easily be mounted to any pole available and used in remote areas without access to energy grids. Its metal rotor is efficient yet very robust and can’t be damaged in sandy conditions, heat or salt. Easy to install, the turbine can be mounted with a few screws. The 1kW of power provided can charge a car battery or heat water and would serve a small household in Germany or a normal household in a developing country.
The SkyWind Company builds the turbines in Germany, and organizes shipment to the selected partner companies. They are then packed in containers and shipped to business partners in the countries of implementation, who then manage sales in the country. Training is also offered on how to use the turbines and on how independent energy systems can be built up over the coming years. In this way, the turbines generate profits for local companies in the countries they will be used in.
Breezergy in Motion