Pacific Sky Power projects are developing new methods for harnessing clean energy. It is our mission to implement viable solutions and help the world transition away from fuel fuels. In recent years, Pacific Sky Power wind turbines have become popular for learning about power in the wind. Many schools around the world are using these wind turbines because they are safe, efficient, and user friendly. In addition to fixed installation for battery charging, wind turbines can be used for testing and experimenting with new inventions. Our wind turbines have been used on vehicles, bicycles, kites and kinetic wind sculptures. With help from NASA, a school in Texas is perfecting methods to launch a wind turbine in a rocket and measure wind speed at 2000 feet above ground.
In consistent winds, Pacific Sky Power wind turbines are very effective at charging batteries. In 10 to 20 mph winds, our Small Wind Turbine Generator is one of the best performing wind turbines on the market. This is because the blade structure is very light, weight which translates into high acceleration and rpm. Three Small Wind Turbine Generators that are used together can generate the same power as a 400 watt wind turbine in 10 to 20 mph winds. The 400 watt wind turbine will excel in stronger winds, but since winds over 20 mph are rare at most locations, it’s difficult to justify the added cost unless you live at a location with strong prevailing winds.
Kiteboat Controllers enable launch, control, and retrieve a traction kite directly from a boat. Compared to conventional sails, a kite harnesses more wind and can be used for sailing on all normal sailing courses. This is a good option for paddlers looking for a fun adventure to get out on the water and go sail with a kite. Kite sailing is currently the fastest growing water sport and the kiteboat controller makes it possible from any boat. The system is based around a central compression winch that maintains equal line lengths throughout the launch and retrieval. To operate this system, hold the kite so it fills with wind and then start reeling out. Once the kite is fully deployed, steer with the control bar. When you need a break, just reel-in.