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Our passion is to provide the most innovative energy technology without a negative impact to our planet. This is our earth and we cherish its resources. We believe our environment is the hope for the future and Sauer Energy's philosophy supports this belief. Our expertise and finest quality products in the renewable energy arena are a testament to this as well. Let us never forget to respect and make the most positive use of nature's gifts to us. It's time we all do our share.

WHY WE BELIEVE IN THE VERTICAL-AXIS WIND TURBINE (VAWT)

With energy prices spiraling out of control, many businesses are searching for ways to reduce and control energy costs. It is a trend that is also fostering a great deal of interest in renewable-energy options. Wind power is the fastest growing alternative energy segment. It provides an attractive cost structure relative to other alternative energy and distributed generation solutions, such as cogeneration and solar power.

The wind power market has been dominated by large horizontal wind turbines. They have the traditional blade design that looks like a giant fan clustered mostly on "wind farms" located in rural areas. These large systems seriously compromise the ability of many companies to take advantage of wind power right at their building or plant. This is due to the economics of horizontal wind turbines that favor large units, multiple-megawatt installations and current technology dynamics.

However, new technology has come on line that breaks this mold -- the vertical-axis wind turbine (VAWT). It addresses a number of the technology's known shortcomings, such as noise pollution, minimum blade speed threshold, bird endangerment and space limitation, while enhancing its advantages.

System Design

The vertical-axis design is a compact turbine design that can be sited on location without being intrusive and has been designed to be integrated directly into existing buildings. This size advantage allows structures as small as an office building or as large as a hospital for onsite installation.

Economically, onsite installations dramatically improve the return on investment of wind power, not to mention the rebates now in the offering. Power generated offsite, such as at wind farms, is still subject to transmission and distribution charges. Conversely, onsite solutions take a portion of the organizational power requirements "off the grid."

Blade Speed

A traditional horizontal blade design turbine of similar size requires a greater level of wind speed to generate power. The vertical axis turbines provide omni-directional wind collection. The torque produced allows it to make power while turning at slower blade speeds.

It only takes a 5 mph wind to turn the blade. One benefit of this feature is obvious: It can work at locations with lower average wind speeds. Therefore, the geographic option for using wind energy is greatly expanded; a company may not need to be located on a hilltop or in coastal locations to reap the benefits. Plus, it reduces wind direction limitations, because it can collect wind power on a 360-degree basis. Horizontal blade technology must spend time and energy turning into the wind when the wind changes direction.

Environmental Impact

The slower blade tip speed has environmental improvements as well. First, it is very quiet when operating. Unlike traditional wind turbines, the vertical axis turbine has the blades connected at both ends, and the blades do not swing by the tower and create noise. Also, with no high-speed wing tips exposed, the vertical axis turbine has a relatively low impact on bird populations.

 

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#984   Only good in the fact they can sell Zookman 05/17/17 07:56:14 AM
#983   Don't fully understand your message. How is this WALL$TREET 05/16/17 04:34:06 PM
#982   Good news, up to $3 million in financing, Zookman 05/15/17 08:34:33 AM
#981   Everything you said has been stated before and Zookman 05/11/17 08:07:02 AM
#980   The Sauer Turbine is shown for their Residential wcb123 05/09/17 07:16:20 PM
#979   http://www.windsunenergysystems.com/commercial/renewable-wind-power wcb123 05/09/17 06:22:09 PM
#978   The Sauer Wind Turbines can be used in wcb123 05/09/17 04:16:26 PM
#977   If they have sales this will really take wcb123 05/09/17 03:54:07 PM
#976   Some good looking pics on the wind sun wcb123 05/09/17 03:44:59 PM
#975   They have a valid product with certification once Zookman 05/08/17 08:26:27 AM
#974   I have checked with the windsun energy systems fakeeye 05/04/17 12:11:43 PM
#973   Loworange- back about 3 months ago My Brother kettleman 05/03/17 08:34:00 PM
#972   With 2.4 Million in backorders and they said kettleman 05/03/17 11:26:33 AM
#971   They are low on cash, so expect more Zookman 05/02/17 04:47:24 PM
#970   I called yesterday to investor services for sauer loworange 05/02/17 04:23:44 PM
#969   Will somebody in this Company Please stand up kettleman 05/02/17 12:07:18 PM
#968   Hello Hello Hello, any body Home????? This Company kettleman 04/25/17 07:08:53 PM
#967   Whats going on with this company? The product surfrat 04/12/17 07:46:13 PM
#966   Not sure why the link does not work??? Fyerdriver 04/09/17 12:40:03 AM
#965   I just found this board as well. Fyerdriver 04/08/17 07:34:22 PM
#964   hope so Edmcgrath 04/07/17 10:18:17 AM
#963   Don't be Shy! Buy the Windcutter the only wcb123 04/02/17 09:57:14 PM
#962   http://www.windsunenergysystems.com/wind-power-california/ wcb123 04/02/17 09:51:30 PM
#961   http://sauerenergy.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=50 Try th wcb123 03/30/17 08:16:49 PM
#960   http://www.sauerenergy.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article wcb123 03/30/17 07:55:48 PM
#959   I don't know why I'm just now finding wcb123 03/29/17 11:21:04 PM
#958   There is a lot of action on the loworange 03/28/17 05:34:20 PM
#957   we should be hearing something from the Company, kettleman 03/26/17 08:12:47 PM
#956   I will look for clues. Edmcgrath 03/24/17 11:37:44 AM
#955   That would be great. Hope he is able Monroe1 03/23/17 10:38:27 AM
#954   I have asked him to swing by Again, kettleman 03/23/17 10:15:38 AM
#953   Have your brother get out and go in. Monroe1 03/22/17 05:22:24 PM
#952   The blades look stronger than the propeller blades Edmcgrath 03/14/17 03:06:02 PM
#951   That is interesting. Using Ira for penny Edmcgrath 03/14/17 03:03:22 PM
#950   Any reason for the delay Edmcgrath 03/14/17 03:01:33 PM
#949   interesting to see report Edmcgrath 03/14/17 03:00:08 PM
#948   The Third Party Verification back in Nov. does kettleman 03/13/17 07:58:59 PM
#947   I've also thought the same thing, I hold kettleman 03/13/17 07:49:26 PM
#946   In Dec "16 Sauer told us the VAWT Devo33 03/09/17 12:04:27 PM
#945   Great tool for financing a long term retirement? la cochin dor 03/07/17 03:20:30 PM
#944   VAWT Market Is About To Take Off For LongTermThinking 03/06/17 12:17:15 PM
#943   Thank you for this info. we look forward loworange 03/02/17 12:08:06 PM
#942   I would strongly advise for you guys/gals to LongTermThinking 03/02/17 11:33:57 AM
#941   Industry certification is to IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission) LongTermThinking 03/02/17 08:32:49 AM
#940   It is certified to what? Nobody seems to Zookman 02/17/17 02:11:07 PM
#939   It is certified to what? Nobody seems to Zookman 02/17/17 02:11:05 PM
#938   as it is certified it meets the standards farmer1 02/16/17 07:38:40 AM
#937   Maybe he is considering selling out to someone Zookman 02/16/17 07:16:20 AM
#936   I am just going by what ihear. farmer1 02/15/17 05:56:27 PM
#935   I agree with you, I'm just not sure kettleman 02/14/17 08:40:19 PM
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