UNT studying how wind turbines may be able to harvest power at lower wind speeds

UNT researchers will study whether the company BE-Wind's Evolution of Wind 2800 wind turbine can actually harvest power at low wind speeds. The wind turbine is designed to generate up to 2.75 kWh of electrical power every day, even when wind velocity is low. Using UNT's Zero Energy Lab, researchers will monitor the wind turbine's noise level, power production in comparison to rated energy output, lifespan and durability.

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