Annualized Energy Output for Small Wind System As a base line for determining how much energy can be produced with a wind system it is important to first perform a rule of thumb estimate using the size of the windmill and average wind speed. The following equation can be used to provide a reasonable estimate of how much energy is generated by your system in its normal wind field. Annualized Energy Output (kWh) = 0.01328*D2*V3 (AEO)
D=Windmill diameter. This value is squared
V=Average wind velocity based on local wind class. This value is cubed. If you would like details on the wind class in your area, please send us a message with your area and we will send a wind map of you state for free.
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