Micro wind turbine is an umbrella term for small scale wind turbines that are typically deployed on or near buildings and used to generate electricity that is transmitted direct to the property.
Micro wind turbines have in the past been criticised for being visually intrusive and generating less energy than expected.
However, suppliers maintain that models can generate up to 100Kw of energy and represent an efficient source of onsite renewable energy as long as they are situated correctly.
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