Wind Turbines for the Public Sector
Wind power is now an affordable alternative for public sector organisations, including schools, hospitals, prisons and sports and leisure centres.
Local authorities are finding the benefits of renewable energy are too great to ignore, potentially allowing them to reap financial rewards and reduce the tax burden on local residents.
We install wind turbines for councils, in cities, docks, industrial estates and even rural locations. These are large, efficient, quiet machines that gently produce electricity at most wind speeds, cleverly shutting down in high winds to prevent damage.
Wind turbines for hospitals
Hospitals use an enormous amount of electricity, costing the NHS millions of pounds each and every year. Our wind turbines can help to bring these costs down, reducing fuel bills and ultimately allowing more money to spent on frontline care, staff and equipment.
Every hospital in the UK with a 50kW Coemi wind turbine on site, could save £1,000 every 10 days.*
Note: Beds: £150k per year
Wind turbines for schools
With budgets dropping and energy costs rising, renewables are an obvious choice for large schools. With enough space, schools could reduce their overheads on heating and lighting by installing a wind turbine.
Wind turbines for amenities
Exhibition centres, swimming pools, leisure centres and community halls all have large rooms to heat and light. A wind turbine could save these organisations hundreds of pounds every year.
A Coemi wind turbine can pay for itself within the guarantee period of 5 years.
*Example: A 50kW turbine could generate around 188,000 kWh per year, brining in an income on the Feed In Tariff of £47,956 and saving £22,000 per year in energy costs.