A wind-powered water pump system in Colorado has been delivered for the first time by Mass Megawatts Wind Power, Inc. The initial unit construction has been completed by the company. A low-cost solution for water pump applications will be provided by this unit. Farms and ranches throughout the central plains of the United States commonly need these types of water pump applications.
The wind-powered unit has been developed by Mass Megawatts. As compared to the more traditional water pumping systems, the wind-powered unit provides a lower-cost solution. The traditional water pumping stations include systems powered by diesel generators. Agricultural purposes like irrigation are the main use of the water pumps. Water is also delivered to livestock in remote locations with these water pumps.
The patented, wind augmenter technology is leveraged by the wind-powered water pump from Mass Megawatts. The wind velocity directed at the wind turbine is therefore increased. A significant increase in power output is also obtained. Considerable torque for mechanical applications is provided due to the increased power output.
High towers or complicated, expensive technologies are eliminated by the wind-powered system. Off-the-shelf parts are used by the system for its efficient operations and reduced maintenance costs. The system can also operate in lower wind-speed locations. Mass Megawatts’ manufacturing facility is currently producing additional wind power units. The manufacturing facility is located in Morrison, Colorado.
Mass Megawatts is the top company in the development of a revolutionary wind power technology. The renewable energy marketplace is provided a product by Mass Megawatts which is capable of producing electricity at a cost 30 percent lower than other wind power equipment.
Exclusive patent rights to the Multi-Axis (News - Alert) Turbo system or MAT are held by Mass Megawatts. These patent rights are for 11 percent of the global territory, with 50 percent territorial rights in the United States. MAT electricity generation is put on a competitive footing by Mass Megawatts with fossil fuels, such as coal and natural gas. Mass Megawatts has used the paradigm that 'lower height, lower wind speeds and lower costs equal higher profits' for this technology. Over 25 percent annual growth in the U.S. market is also being experienced by installed wind energy.Carolyn John is a Contributor to TMCnet. To read more of her articles, please columnist page.
Edited by Rich Steeves