Windspire Wind Farm at Quinnipiac University

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Quinnipiac University is installing the first micro wind farm on a university campus. The finished project will feature 25 Windspire vertical axis wind turbi…

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  1. I appreciate your sales pitch for your kits as an alternative to the
    Windspire. There are a lot of great renewable energy options out there.
    Just wanted to let you know that the company that makes the Windspire is
    not going out of business. We are currently renegotiating the contract with
    our manufacturing partner in Michigan, which unfortunately required a
    suspension of production until both sides could reach agreement. Thanks

  2. It is VERY hard to get a 12mph average at a height of only 30′. Rooftop
    turbines are even worse. If you want a turbine that produces energy then
    you need to put it on a tall tower far above any obstructions.

  3. Today I saw in the news that the plant making these WindSpires in Michigan
    was going out of business or closing down and laying off the workers.
    Rooftop wind turbines and solar panels are a better idea anyway, easier to
    get permitted and installed… Thanks

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