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Post Thu Jan 01, 1970 1:00 am

Hi Greg.
Thanks,
We have worked hard ge

Hi Greg.
Thanks,
We have worked hard getting the website just right, and the forum members are increasing nicely.

I think you are jumping in at the deep end with your question above.
Start small, theres a lot to learn, I still am learning daily. I would suggest reading as much as you can first, Forget tieing a turbine to the house wiring for now.

Take a look at Hugh Piggotts range of books, he is the authority on DIY wind power.
http://www.scoraigwind.com/books/books.htm
Windpower workshop is a good introductory read.

Alternativly there are commercially available turbines, the Bergey (XL1) in my experience are amongst the best.



Ben.

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