By the end of 2015, 23.7% of energy was delivered from renewable sources with 3.7% of the total worldwide electricity supplied by wind energy, which is growing at a rapid rate of 17% per annum .
Since 2011, the cost of wind generating infrastructure has fallen by 10%, making wind energy 14% cheaper than new coal and 18% cheaper than new gas .
There are a variety of electrical generators on the market for use in micro-wind turbine applications. These include induction and synchronous machines.
High-end machines use permanent magnet generators – they’re excellent because they eliminate the copper losses associated with rotor windings, making them far morehttps://rflalternators.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/Wind-Turbine.jpg 402 537 Emma Morgan https://rflalternators.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/rfl_alternators_logo.png Emma Morgan2017-06-19 14:36:572017-10-10 06:56:27RFL’s unique design is proving extremely valuable in wind turbine applications – assisting the rapid growth of wind renewable energy technology