- Maximum Output: 10kW
- Number of Blades: 3
- Rotor Diameter: 7 meters
- Annual yield at 6 m/s 22 MWh
- Survival wind speed: >55m/s
- Guarantee: 5 years
- Average lifetime: 20-25 years
- Maintenance free
- High yield at low wind speed
- High performance vs. price ratio
- Low cut-in wind speed
- Direct drive
- Automatic furling safety system
Our largest wind turbine is the Alize. It is most often used for big energy consumers such as farms, small businesses, small communities who want to save on their electricity bill.
The generator is a synchronous, 3 phase permanent magnet one. It comes in different voltages, so you can connect 120Vdc, 240 Vdc, single phase grid or 3 phase grid applications.
Delivery time: between 2 and 4 months.
In order to optimize your system and production, each installation is specific and therefore equipment need to be ordered case by case.
Installation time: 1 or 2 days depending on the size of the mast.
Civil works need to be done a month before for the concrete to cure.
Standard masts are either Guyed wire mast or Free standing pole ranging from 18 to 36 meters.
The Alize is most often used for grid connected system.
But in a stand alone system, in order to store as much energy as possible, the battery pack that we recommend is a Rolls acid 120V 400 Ah
The Alize comes with a ABB inverter if connected to the grid or a Conergy 6000 120V/230Vac one in a stand alone system.
Safety system by hinged vane which will gradually turn the rotor out of the wind and a short circuit system for the generator.
Production and Power Curves
The left graph gives you the annual production (in kWh) across a range of wind speeds.
The right graph gives you the instantaneous power (in W) across a range of wind speeds.
Average wind speed in New Zealand ranges between 5 and 7m/s.