Dali PowerTower is a Hybrid Wind-Solar Solution Installed on a Wooden Tower
Dali PowerTower is a hybrid wind-solar energy solution designed to maximise the efficiency of local power generation. It is installed on a design- and patent-protected 12 metre Dali XII wooden tower.
The Dali PowerTower is suitable for a variety of applications. It can provide electricity for a summer cottage, a house, provide heating for hot water, power lights and electronic equipment - either connected to the grid or in remote locations, e.g., replacing a diesel generator (with a suitable battery backup).
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Durability & Performance
The Dali PowerTower Performance has been designed to last 25+ years, even in the most adverse weather conditions, such as marine sites or high wind locations.The wind turbine will operate normally even at wind gusts up to 60 m/s, 216 km/h or 135 mph (Class I winds according IEC 61400-2 standard). These winds are classified as hurricanes. The well-built and rugged design will allow the turbine to withstand mechanical stresses caused by sustained average high winds such as certain locations with 9 m/s (32 km/h or 20 mph). The energy yield depends on the location, at 6 m/s Dali PowerTower produces 7800 kWh of wind energy per year (in addition to 2200 kWh of solar energy)
Anticorrosion Protection & Watertight Design
Wind Turbine Certification
The wind turbine is certified according to all leading international certification systems
(which makes it eligible for all existing subsidies):
Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) in the UK
AWEA certification in the USA
Class NK Certification in Japan
Solar module modularity
The quantity of modules and orientation angle can be adjusted to fit any energy requirements. From 6 to 16 modules can be installed on the tower with or without extra ground screws.