Wind power has its own set of complexities that our staff is uniquely qualified to navigate. We are skilled in resource assessment with years of practice with clients from across the spectrum, from homes, farms and schools to communities, tribes and wind farm developers. Our combination of skills and expertise spans the range that you will need for a successful project with years of reliable energy production.
Capital City Renewables maintains on-going relationships with manufacturers, wind power advocates, utility representatives, and financing agents, to support the growth of Small and Community Wind power.
Contact our knowledgeable staff regarding any of the services we provide to serve Small and Community Wind:
|Wind resource monitoring and analysis|
|Site assessment and selection|
|Financial analysis, incentives, tariffs and grant-writing|
|Project permitting and zoning support|
|Utility-interconnection and transmission access|
|System selection and equipment procurement|
|Engineering and electrical design|
|Installation, commissioning and maintenance|
When deciding on a wind turbine to purchase, you will want to consider several factors.
|The size of your electrical load|
|The amount of electricity you would like to produce|
|Your total budget and financing potential|
|Site-specific concerns like height restrictions, type of power available, and soil conditions.|
Capital City Renewables installs wind turbines that have proven designs, robust warranties and customer service. Most machines we install are newly manufactured, but sometimes less-expensive, high-quality, remanufactured machines are available.
The size of your wind turbine will be decided by how much electricity you want to produce. Based on your average wind speed, a site assessor will estimate the annual output from several different turbines for you to compare and consider. Using this data, you can decide on an appropriate size range.
Next, you need to consider the financials of the project. As a full service installer, Capital City Renewables will assist you with finding and obtaining the various incentives available to you that reduce the end cost. Along with information on the range of systems appropriate to your project, you can then decide what machine best fits your needs and budget.
The details of your site will determine what wind turbines you can install. Some sites have restrictions on tower height due to zoning requirements or proximity to airports. Some machines only work with three-phase power. A full service installer will help you through the process of finding limiting factors and making the right choice of wind turbine for your site.