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Is small wind power right for me ?

There are a number of factors to consider when determining if wind energy is a good choice. First and foremost, the consistent availability of the wind resource is the dominant driver to determine project viability. We help clients understand when wind power or hybrid solar & wind systems are a viable option.

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Wind energy is part of the solution.

In recent years, Element Power has emerged as a leader in small wind energy by partnering with VAIR for their novel turbine design, which increases power generation and efficiency and reduces noise and safety concerns. We specialize in the application of vertical axis wind turbines (VAWTs) and by harvesting the kinetic power of the wind, our turbines leverage advanced technology via helical blades to efficiently turn their dual axis generator. Thus creating a dependable source of energy for your residential and commercial needs.

The VisionAIR wind turbine is an advanced helical Darrieus design, which is far more efficient than the simpler Savonius VAWT. Taking wind from all directions, our design allows the turbines to exhibit exceptional performance and durability, with noise levels quieter than a human whisper.



From sky to snow, the possibilities of our wind turbines are limitless.


Good things come in small packages

Super versatile and durable, UGE’s smallest wind turbine is the perfect solution for off-grid power generation. This unit is ideal for street lights, boats and marine applications, or any location where power needs to be generated on site.



Axis: Vertical
Height: 1.3m (4.3 ft)
Width: 0.8m (2.6 ft)
Weight: 40 kg (88.1 lb)
Swept Area: 0.84m² (9.0 ft²)
Blade Materials: Fiberglass


Rated Power: 200 W
Cut-in Wind Speed: 2.5m/s (5.6 mph)
Rated RPM: 200 RPM
Survival Wind Speed: 50m/s (110 mph)
Rated Wind Speed : 12m/s (26 mph)
Sound level at 12 m/s: < 40 db

Electric Generation

Generation Type: PMG
Drive System : Gear-less
Rated Output Off-Grid: 200 W


Explore a different dimension in renewable energy

VisionAIR3’s technology is at the forefront of the industry. Generating noise less than 41 db (@5 m/s), it’s quieter than a human whisper. Oh, and with a survival speed of 110 mph, it’s practically indestructible as well.



Axis: Vertical
Height: 3.2 m (10.5 ft)
Width: 1.8 m (5.9 ft)
Weight: 274 kg (603 lb)
Swept Area: 5.76 m² (62 ft²)
Blade Materials: Fiberglass


Cut-in Wind Speed: < 4 m/s (8 mph)
Rated RPM: 200 RPM
Survival Wind Speed: 50m/s (110 mph)
Rated Wind Speed : 11m/s (24 mph)
Annual Energy Production (@ 5 m/s): 550 kWh
Sound level (@5 m/s): 41 dBA

Electric Generation

Grid-Compatible: 110V, 120V, 208V, 220V, 230V, 240V
UL Rated Power: 1000W
Off-grid: 270 Vdc
Grid-tie: 530 Vdc


VisionAIR5 = f(UGE, engineering excellence)

Years of analysis and testing at UGE’s R&D Center have produced the world’s most efficient and powerful vertical axis turbine. The blades are the perfect balance of weight and momentum, lift and drag. The VisionAIR5 generates energy from wind speeds as low as 4 m/s (8 mph).



Axis: Vertical
Height: 5.2m (17.1 ft)
Width: 3.2 m (10.5 ft)
Weight: 756 kg (1665 lb)
Swept Area: 16.6 m² (179 ft²)
Blade Materials: Fiberglass


Cut-in Wind Speed: 3.5 m/s (8 mph)
Rated RPM: 130 RPM
AWEA Rated Wind Speed: 11 m/s (24 mph)
Cut-out Wind Speed: 20 m/s (44 mph)
Max Power Wind Speed: 14 m/s (31 mph)
Survival Wind Speed: 50m/s (110 mph)
AWEA Rated Sound Level: 38 db

Electric Generation

Generator Type: Three-Phase Permanent Magnet
Generator UL Rated Power: 3.2 kW
Rated Output Off-Grid: 270 Vdc
Grid-Tie: 530 Vdc


The world’s most powerful helical wind turbine

UGE has developed and has a patent-pending revolutionary new dual axis design that eliminates the main concern of other vertical axis wind turbines, that of premature bearing failure. Through this technology, our turbines significantly outperform the competition by spreading both horizontal and vertical forces along the length of the axis. For you this means increased durability and power production along with lower vibration and resistance.



Axis: Vertical
Height: 9.6m (31.5 ft)
Width: 6.4 m (21 ft)
Weight: 4000 kg (8816 lb)
Swept Area: 61.4 m² (661.5 ft²)
Blade Materials: Carbon Fiber & Fiberglass with Steel reinforcements


Rated Power: 10000 W at 12 m/s
Rated RPM: 55 RPM
AWEA Rated Wind Speed: 11 m/s (24 mph)
Cut-in Wind Speed: 3.5 m/s (7.8 mph)
Annual Energy at 5.5m/s: 14500 kWh/yr
Survival Wind Speed: 50m/s (110 mph)
Sound level at 12 m/s: < 38 dB

Electric Generation

Grid-Compatible: 110V, 120V, 208V, 220V, 230V, 240V
Drive System: Gear-less
Grid-Tie: 530 Vdc


Frequently Asked Questions

Are wind turbines right for me?

The first question you should ask yourself is if you have a clear open mounting location. Placement of your turbine, or “siting,” is of the utmost importance when deciding to install a small wind system. Fortunately, we offer full and unrivaled assistance in this area.

Although there are some online sources that help you estimate your local wind speed, wind varies greatly on a small scale and historical wind data may not be relevant for your specific location. There are several ways we can better assist you!

Our experts deal with siting and planning issues every day, and they will be able to provide you with an estimate of how much energy a wind turbine may provide you. They can also help you determine the best site on your property, be it a roof, lawn, or remote location.

What is small/distributed wind?

Small wind, also referred to as distributed wind, refers to wind energy installed on-site, most often at homes or businesses, which allows that site to generate a portion or all of its energy from the wind. We use advanced siting tools and industry leading products to maximize our clients needs.

What is a VAWT?

Vertical-axis wind turbines (VAWTs) are a type of wind turbine where the main rotor shaft is set transverse to the wind (but not necessarily vertically) while the main components are located at the base of the turbine. We sell and install both VAWT’s and HAWT’s (horizontal axis wind turbines).