Wind Resource Map (Maryland, USA)
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Wind Powered Generators
Nice to Know
Right here in the United States of America.
As you can see from that map, most of Maryland does not commonly get high speed winds.
As you can see, most of Maryland gets VERY LITTLE wind.
Our Wind Powered Generators are
for low wind speed startup.
Wind Resource Map for Maryland, Referenced from the U.S. Department of Energy.
Image source: http://www.windpoweringamerica.gov/images/windmaps/md_50m_800.jpg
Did we mention LOW WIND SPEED STARTUP
If you are in a low wind speed area, and have a wind turbine and it is not designed for low wind speeds, what is the use of having it?
If you have to put your wind turbine on top of a 1,000 ft tower, to get hurricane winds to simply get it to start producing electric, what is the logic of even having it?
Having even just ONE Wind Powered Generator from reasonablepower.com could be smart.
Go for it.
Buy one now.
In case you cannot see that map clearly, we set the html to zoom it up by a factor of 4, and here is the same map (from the USDOE) a lot larger.
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