Category: Residential Wind

Application for an answer.

Application for an answer.

This retired customer had a strong motivation to power his all-electric home and control his future utility costs by generating his own energy on site.

When the local village said “no” to his permit application, we assisted in getting an ordinance passed that made possible this and future wind installations.


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A view from up high.

A view from up high.

Located high atop a hill northeast of Wausau, this executive household, concerned about the energy consumption of their recently added indoor pool, wanted to install a wind system to reduce their footprint.


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Retired farmer harvests wind and solar.

Retired farmer harvests wind and solar.

Since his house in the city was site constrained, this retired executive opted to install systems at his farm to offset the electrical use of both his home and farm.

As such, his farm is a net exporter of power back to the grid. His wind and sun harvest adds to his farming operation as he in effect becomes a mini utility.


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Wind + solar = net zero carbon emissions.

Wind + solar = net zero carbon emissions.

These clients thought of the environment and their grass-fed beef cattle when they decided to add a wind turbine to their property’s renewable energy sources.


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Wind above the trees.

Wind above the trees.

These clients were determined to do something about the high cost of electricity and the need to distribute power generation across a wider geographic base.

As a result, they asked for an assessment for both wind and solar. After deciding that they wanted a wind system these clients put up as tall of tower as possible.


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Small wind works wonders.

Small wind works wonders.

These clients needed to solve increasing electrical rates and a limited amount of space, which didn’t allow for installing a solar hot water system.

Now after their small wind turbine was raised, they believe that “less is more. “


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