With a view to expand its international network, Evance Wind Turbines, a world-leading manufacturer of small wind turbines, recently launched its North American programme.
“As the second biggest market for small wind, North America represents a huge opportunity for us” says Kevin Parslow, CEO of Evance Wind Turbines, in a press release. “Due to our North American programme we have been able to secure relationships with leading resellers across the country including Texas, the state which produces the most wind power and Iowa, where already 20% of electricity is generated from wind.”
Evance has partnerships with various North Americans companies such as Aeris (News - Alert) Alternative Energy, CB Wind Systems, Talco Electronics and WeKnow Technologies, which will allow them to market their turbines throughout the region. Also, Evance will leverage the increasing scope of small wind turbines in the region, with the number of installations expected to rise in 2011.
Evance manufactures various high-quality small wind turbines which help customers capture and use wind power to reduce both energy bills and carbon footprints. One of these turbines is R9000 which is designed for reliable performance and to offer customers reduced energy costs. The R9000 starts generating energy at low wind speeds and is designed to run at high wind speeds giving owners maximum energy yield.
“Our R9000 is one of the most efficient small wind turbines available on the global market; it was the first 5kW turbine to be MCS accredited in the UK,” said an official from Evance, in a statement. “This has enabled the R9000 to be included on the North American Small Wind Certification Council’s pending list – we anticipate full certification this quarter.”
Evance has a global footprint of installations helping farmers, schools, businesses and home owners to become green energy producers. As a leading manufacturer of small wind turbines Evance delivers efficient and reliable solutions designed to produce maximum energy yield.
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Edited by Rich Steeves