Cyclone 1,6MW

Cyclone turbine. Power generation up to 8.391.455kWh/year depending on windspeed.

Features & Benefits

  • Highest industry capacity factor translating to significantly increased investment returns
  • Lowest Levelized Cost of Energy (LCOE) in industry
  • 30% less annual O&M costs than industry standard
  • Monitoring sensors providing ‘real time’ data for optimum performance and reduced downtime
  • System incorporates Trojan batteries that charge with prevailing winds enabling the use of energy on demand thereby levelizing consumption
  • Available in both 50Hz and 60Hz versions for global suitability

Technical Description

The 1.6 Megawatt wind energy system weighs 126 tons and is 241 feet in height with a 328 foot base (@ 7.5m/s wind speed), thus giving the CYCLONE a swept area of 2.04 acres requiring 39 unobstructed acres for peak performance. This wide stance and low profile drastically reduces footer requirements and their associated costs due to the generators being at ground level and the axiom of the system’s weight decreasing as its height increases; these design characteristic reduce stress on the CYCLONE’s base. Further, the cogent design of the CYCLONE decidedly decreases the formidable costs associated with the transportation and installation of the wind turbine and tower and the construction of access roads and other related infrastructure required for the project.


  • Cut-in speed = Under 1.5m/s (3 mph)
  • No cut-out speed as an air choke is utilized to limit airflow during wind speeds above 11m/s (24.6mph), providing max output in high winds by regulating the airflow through a mechanical louver system near the core of the turbine
  • Blade material = Aircraft aluminum with survival speed in excess of 65m/s with use of air choke
  • 100% functionality of generators in temperatures below 40°C. Includes a cooling system contained within converter enclosure to maintain temperatures below 40°C. Generators will operate in temperatures above 135°C with slightly reduced power generation

Highest Capacity and Lowest Cost of Energy

Highest Industry Capacity Factor: .599% @ 7.5m/s
(15% greater than leading competitor)
• AEP = 8,391,455 kWh
• Lowest Industry Cost of Energy1 = $.019/kWh
• Annual O&M Costs = $32/kW
(30% less than leading competitor)
• Anticipated Project IRR2 = ≥ 30%
(Breakeven Point = Between Years 3 – 4)