SkyWolf Wind Turbine™ recently announced their new patented Solar Hybrid Diffused Augmented Wind Turbine (DAWT) technology in the world that combines Wind and Solar power in one wind turbine, exponentially increasing the efficiency and electric energy output by reducing the static pressure behind the rotor blades.
Through a twelve year patent cycle, SkyWolf™ has completed the design and development of the first ever Solar Hybrid Wind Turbine utilizing our patented Diffused Augmented Wind Turbine (DAWT) technology that is capable of producing more energy output in lower wind speeds as low as 3 mph within a significantly smaller footprint compared to traditional turbines. The exponentially increased efficiency and electric energy output is a result of reducing the static pressure behind the rotor blades and facing the wind. Solar panels have been added to capture the additional solar source of energy provided by earth. After an initial Beta installation, the DAWT has produced a monthly average 600 to 800 KwH in an average wind speed of 16-18 mph.
Gerald Brock, President and CEO says, "After two installs and 12 years of design and development and four patents, we have finalized our Solar Hybrid DAWT product to a point that these units are capable of producing more electrical power than conventional wind turbines at wind speeds as low as 3 mph all within a lower height of only 28' and smaller swept blade area footprint of only 11' diameter."
Source: SkyWolf Wind Turbines Corporation
Date: Aug 11, 2015