>up a Utility Intertie system using
>wind without batteries, do you know
>where I can buy an inverter
>for such a system, thanks Don,
>email = rftest @ earthlink.net
I am in calif. and just installed a bergy 10kw grid intertie wind mill. So far so good. The key elements to succes are a
1. net metering law in your state.
2. Height up to 120ft if possible, the county here is keeping me at 60ft and it is really hurting production
3. Money, around 30k installed, the state of calif. paid half
4. The most important thing, a wind resource! with only a 10mph avg wind u will need a 120ft tower to get 1000+ kwh a month, but a 13mph avg wind would get u about 2000kwh a month.
The gridintertie is the way to go if u have the grid available.Brek