Raptor Generation 4 wind turbine blades, Fastest blades in the world

May 30, 2011 by  
Filed under Wind and Solar

our website www.mwands.com RAPTOR GENERATION4 BLADES BY MISSOURI WIND AND SOLAR. We made this film the day after the tornado hit Joplin. All we got here in Seymour was 85 mph winds gusts. The wind turbines were cranking on the store roof but they survived. My heart goes out to all those that died in Joplin. Friends of mine went there to help out anyway they could. This is tornado alley and we see alot of them. It’s not unusual for us to get 95 mph straight line winds through here. Whatever you have is gotta be tuff or loose it. Jeff

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3 phase brake switch for wind turbines wind generators vawts

May 27, 2011 by  
Filed under Wind and Solar

our website www.mwands.com I’am demonstrating our new 3 phase brake switch and 3 phase rectifier combo designed by Missouri Wind And Solar. Also our all in one wind and solar charge controller board with inverter and dump load for wind turbines. At the end of the video i show our latest digital amp, volt meter, easy install. Thanks for watching. Jeff, MWAS

Missouri Winds new wind turbine pma ,the Magnum by MWAS

May 21, 2011 by  
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our website www.mwands.com Were showing actual outputs of our new magnum wind turbine motor on our test vehicle at Missouri Wind And Solar. Real outputs, not BS charts and graphs. Were showing the test vehicle, actual amps, volts and speed and the amount of Raptor Generation 4 blades used for the test. Jeff, Missouri Wind And Solar, Seymour, Mo.

Winds of change in Marsabit County

May 16, 2011 by  
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www.ntv.co.ke There’s a wind of change that is literally sweeping across Marsabit County. Several companies both local and international have been licensed to begin construction of wind power plants around the vast county. The Marsabit County council has already allocated hundreds of thousands of acres of land to the national power generator Kengen and other private operators. NTV’s Rita Tinina reports on the development that could uplift living standards in the area.

Wind turbines and health problems

May 1, 2011 by  
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Windmills may be an environmentally friendly alternative energy source but they also cause debilitating health problems, say people who live near them. Wind turbines are popping up in rural communities around the world, including Canada, in the hope that they will reduce reliance on coal and other sources for power. Currently, there are about 1500 turbines across Canada and there are plans to build another 1000 to 1500 in the next year. But some residents who live near wind farms complain the turbines cause a number of adverse health effects, such as crippling headaches, nose bleeds and a constant ringing in the ears. Helen and Bill Fraser initially supported the nearby wind farm in Melancthon, Ont. One turbine sat close to the Fraser’s kitchen window. “We thought, more green energy, this is great,” Helen told CTV News.However, Helen says she developed headaches, body aches and she had trouble sleeping. The dog began wetting the floor at night. www.windaction.org