Yearly Archives: 2010
New ‘wind-as-a-service’ program enables customers to benefit from wind energy at no up-front, out-of-pocket cost.
XZERES releases a new web-based analytical tool, called WindRx™. Designed to provide a comprehensive site assessment and financial review.
XZERES’ new “Buy Direct” program handles all the steps involved in getting a system up and running, including site assessment, permitting, financing, installation and support.
A Montana city will consider allowing construction of windmills within city limits to power private homes. A Missoula City Councilor said new technologies allow wind generators to produce power at lower speeds. The windmills are also able to capture wind coming from different directions because of obstacles present in urban settings. City council meets on […]
XZERES Wind Corp announces new Chief Executive Officer with a proven track record of success
XZERES Wind Corp announces marine grade wind turbines designed for high salinity coastal
There are a number of different approaches to generating clean, renewable electricity
Browsing the aisles of your local wine store, you’ll find plenty of vintages proclaiming their “green” virtues, from the use of organic grapes to carbon-neutral wineries to sustainable growing. A few brave souls have ventured beyond some of these approaches to turn to renewable energy for powering their facilities – for all the old world […]
One of the concerns that many property owners and small business owners have about wind turbines is the potential for disruptive noise from the constant spinning of the turbine and its blades. It’s a valid issue – poorly designed installations can generate a large amount of noise, drawing complaints from users and neighbors. Effectively, the […]
Like any capital investment, wind turbines depreciate over time. Most turbines have an operational life of around 20 years, although wind conditions, maintenance and weather can alter that span one way or another. New advances in engineering and materials science are also having an effect.At the end of the turbine’s operating period, it must be […]