As specialist suppliers and installers of wind turbines, we can help you with the entire process of installation, including checking your wind speed, identifying the best site for a wind turbine and choosing the most suitable size.Read more...
There are a number of considerations when you purchase a wind turbine such as planning permission, the new feed in tariffs (FiT), the power the turbine can generate and whether you want it to be grid connected or stand alone.Read more...
Once the key decisions have been made we support you through installation (using our own qualified installers), grid connection, ongoing maintenance and insurance of your turbines to ensure continuing efficiency.Read more...
We are specialist suppliers and installers of wind turbines in a range of sizes up to 500kW. Our turbines are suitable for farms, businesses and communities. We provide a full range of services, including pre-installation and post-installation. We can help you decide on a package, advise on siting and installation, perform a site survey and advise you on dealing with the planning authorities and electricity companies. We can install the wind turbine for you and then provide you with post-installation services such as maintenance and repair. We specialise in wind power, so we reckon we know a thing or two about it!
Anyone with the space and wind speed to site a wind turbine can generate their own electricity from wind power. Wind turbines can have their output directly connected to the existing mains electricity supply, which means that the energy produced by the turbine can reduce the energy drawn from the supply. If you produce 'more than enough' energy, then it is possible to export energy and sell it to the electricity supplier.
A wind turbine secures electricity supply for 20 to 25 years, over which time electricity prices are forecast to rise substantially. For many farmers, landowners and businesses, continuation of supply is vital and using a wind turbine to provide energy when and where it is needed makes commercial sense. The Feed in Tariff provides an additional benefit of installing the right turbine in the right place.
For our existing customers who require technical support with their turbines, please ring our 24 hour Customer Technical Support Helpline - 0800 468 1323.
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The Case Studies shown above follow some of our customers and their experience of buying and installing an Endurance E-3120 wind turbine. The wind turbines were supplied and installed by Aeolus Power (Wind-Energy) Ltd.
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The following video case studies show interviews with satisfied customers of Aeolus Power (Wind-Energy) Ltd. They allow you to share their first hand experience of installing a wind turbine on their farm.
Edward and James Morgan run Dolidre Farm, a sheep and beef farm in Wales. Two years ago they also moved into poultry farming, thus increasing their energy consumption. They went to an Aeolus Power (Wind-Energy) Open Day and found it extremely informative.
David Eyles runs Treworgans Farm, a sheep farm along with holiday lets in Cornwall. David can see 12 neighbouring turbines from his land and hearing such positive feedback from neighbours decided to install one on his own farm.
James Mutton owns Burlerrow Farm an organic self sustainable farm dealing with sheep, cows, cereal and grass production. Over half the business concentrates on elephant grass production and the processes involved in this led the farm to look at the need to reduce its energy bills.
Richard Bray owns Grogarth Farm, a family run, dairy and beef farm. Milking and refrigeration take up most of his energy consumption and wind power seemed to be the logical solution to provide the farm with the energy it needs.
Mark and Catherine Smale own Bason Farm, an organic beef and sheep farm and a B&B business in South West Devon. They wanted to look at renewable energy for their farm and lower their carbon footprint.
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