LuvSide is mainly designed to work into an AC Power network (230V / three-phasic) reducing the consumption of a house, a commercial entity or a public building. The LuvSide turbine is aimed at three target groups:
Individuals that want to cut down their electricity consumption by using wind energy are targeted, as well as autonomous power supply users, for example in mountain huts, farms, cottages or in islands. Factors such as the location and wind speed on the area are of crucial importance in the economic aspect (visit www.klein-windkraftanlagen.com). A four-person household (4000-5500 kw / h annual consumption) can save with the 1 kW system from LuvSide between 30 and 50 percent of their annual energy costs with an average wind yield at an average altitude.
Business & Industries
LuvSide wind turbine for the commercial and industry sector can vary depending on the space available. Whether in skyscrapers, logistics buildings, car dealers with attractive architecture (possibly including a tank refill option for electric cars) or hotels near the coast – Wind is everywhere, and so the ability to harvest it. This allows the modular design to merge into a compact helix turbine and install it for example in an edge or a roof of a building (7 meters height with 3 kW). LuvSide is characterized not only by its high efficiency, but also by its attractive double helix design. Therefore LuvSide can function simultaneously as an innovative and renewable energy source and a modern advertising system in addition to the positive effects that generates on the corporative image perceived by the customer.
Also public buildings like schools, educational institutions, offices, sports halls, indoor swimming pools, etc. are all suited for LuvSide wind energy solutions. Many communities prove their sustainability by using renewable energy supply systems. Last but not least, communities can also benefit from the added value of the wind turbines.
Even as an “Art on buildings” LuvSide with its attractive design has endless possibilities, that haven’t been discovered yet.