Micro wind generation and traditional buildings
This guide is one of a series on small-scale renewable energy options. Separate guides look at wind generation, solar energy, bio-fuels, heat pumps and combined heat and power, explaining how each system works and what you need to consider if you wish to install it in or on a historic building. All the guides look at small-scale or ‘Microgeneration’ as it is known. Microgeneration is defined by Government as, “The production of heat and/or electricity on a small-scale from a low carbon source”.
Update to original publication dated March 2008.
- Planning a wind turbine installation
- Installation options
- Electrical system
- Maintenance and working life
- Useful contacts
- Series: Guidance
- Publication Status: Completed
- Product Code: 51366
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