Evance small wind turbine installed at energy research facility.
8th November 2012 – Evance Wind Turbines, a world leading manufacturer of small wind turbines, has been selected by Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, to install a 5kW turbine for its prestigious energy research facility.
CSIRO – the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation – operates its Energy Centre as a scientific research facility, focused on new energy technologies. The recently installed Evance R9000 small wind turbine will be used in research as well as providing a renewable energy source for the centre.
Kevin Parslow, CEO, Evance Wind Turbines said: “It is a huge compliment for our UK-designed and manufactured product to be selected by CSIRO – an internationally respected research organisation – and testament to our company’s growing reputation for reliable renewable energy systems.”
About Evance Wind Turbines Ltd – Evance Wind Turbines, a world-leading manufacturer of small wind turbines, is dedicated to helping customers capture and use wind power to reduce both energy bills and carbon footprint. Evance has a global footprint of over 1,400 installations helping home owners, schools, farmers and businesses to become green energy producers.
Evance’s 5kW R9000 wind turbine has received several certifications including MCS (UK) and SWCC conditional certification (USA). As a leading manufacturer of small wind turbines Evance delivers efficient and reliable solutions designed to produce maximum energy yield.
Evance Wind Turbines ranked 14th in the Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 national league of technology companies. www.evancewind.com