The Evance R9000 is made in Britain.
The R9000 delivers you class leading performance - maximising the kilowatt hours of energy produced.

The Evance R9000 was the first sub 10kW wind turbine to achieve full MCS product accreditation in the UK, a proud achievement for those at Evance Wind and a true testament to the products build quality and productivity. The R9000 is a result of 10 years R&D, and with over one million operational hours, it’s a turbine that can be relied on.

Using its patented Reactive Pitch Control & Electric brake to regulate speed, the R9000 is incredibly safe, and has exceptionally efficient production levels at low wind speeds. It also continues to operate in adverse weather conditions, allowing it to optimise its output levels in high winds.

The turbine is grid connected via a single, split or three phase supply, and can be used in a number of applications including; Farms, Small Holdings, Schools, Offices and Public Buildings. It is one of the quietest wind turbines available in the 5kW class, delivering reliable power throughout the seasons.

Fully installed Evance R9000 5kW starting from : £29,500 + VAT

Turbine Specification

Architecture Upwind 3 bladed rotor with patented reactive pitch control
Rated power 5 kW @ 12 m/s (26.8 mph), continuous to 60m/s (134mph)
Annual Energy Yield 9,176 kWh with annual mean wind speed (AMWS) of 5m/s
Weight 325kg (excl tower)
Rotor Diameter 5.5 m
Swept Area 15.9 m2
Blade Material Glass fibre reinforced composite, low reflection, UV & anti erosion coatings
Alternator Patented brushless direct drive, air cored high efficiency alternator
Tower type Monopole tilt
Tower Size 10m (33ft), 12m (40ft), 15m (50ft), 18m (60ft)
Braking System Patented electro brake (manual control for servicing)
Cut-in Wind Speed 3.0 m/s (6.7 mph)
Cut-out Wind Speed None. Continuous generation to survival wind speed
Survival Wind Speed 60 m/s (140 mph)
Warranty 5 Year Limited Warranty

There are four mast height options available and the appropriate mast will be selected based on budget, planning constraints and available wind speed.


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