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