WIND Charge Controllers

Why do I need a Wind Charge Controller?

A wind charge controller is an electronic device that both ensures that your turbines don’t over charge your batteries, as well as limit how fast speed the wind turbine blades are able to spin when the batteries are full or in high wind situations. Having a purpose designed solar charge controller is essential to safely running an wind turbine, unless the wind turbine has a built in safety system.

Choosing the right charge controller for your system is absolutely essential for safe and efficient functioning of your off grid energy system. 

Wind is a form of solar energy caused by a combination of three concurrent events:

  1. The sun unevenly heating the atmosphere
  2. Irregularities of the earth’s surface
  3. The rotation of the earth.

Read about Wind Farms 

Rutland Charge Controlers & Monitors. 
Wind Charge Controllers
Duel Input Wind & Solar Charge Controllers
Rutland Mounting Poles and Brackets

Wind Power

Wind energy offers many advantages, which explains why it’s one of the fastest-growing energy sources in the world. To further expand wind energy’s capabilities and community benefits, researchers are working to address technical and socio-economic challenges in support of a decarbonized electricity future.

  • Wind power creates good-paying jobs. There are over 125,000 people working in the wind industry and that number continues to grow. According to the wind turbine services. Technicians are one of the fastest growing job of the decade. Offering career opportunities ranging from blade fabricator to asset manager, the wind industry has the potential to support hundreds of thousands of more jobs by 2050.
  • Wind power benefits local communities. Wind projects deliver an estimated £2 billion in state and local tax payments and land-lease payments each year. Communities that develop wind energy can use the extra revenue to put towards school budgets, reduce the tax burden on homeowners, and address local infrastructure projects.
  • Wind turbines work in different settings. Wind energy generation fits well in agricultural and multi-use working landscapes. Wind energy is easily integrated in rural or remote areas, such as farms or coastal and small island communities, where high-quality wind resources are often found.
  • Always remember to keep up to date on solar developments with the United Nations