Microgrid Applications

Solar power presents challenges for battery storage, as end users need that low-cost power during the day when solar is most effective. Wind power therefore is the most logical addition to support microgrids and battery storage. Wind is prevalent day or night, and as battery storage dispatch technology advances, recharges from wind power become more .

Traditional wind turbines could meet these needs, however they pose significant challenges within rural and urban settings. Community NIMBY opposition can be significant due to massive size, sound, and flicker. Moreover, traditional turbines provide limited production ability in low and high wind speeds.

American Wind brings a small, yet powerful, wind solution to the end user.