Where to buy Wind turbine generators in Nigeria

Wind turbines are gradually becoming famous in Nigeria and its undoubtedly the second most popular alternative source of electrical power after solar energy. In this post, we will make buying wind turbines in Nigeria extremely easy for you. But before we do that, I must say that ironically, wind energy itself is a form of solar energy. In fact I will explain further.

Wind itself is air in motion. This motion is a result of the sun heating our atmosphere. According to U.S White house publication:

"A wind turbine turns energy in the wind into electricity using the aerodynamic force created by the rotor blades, which work similarly to an airplane wing or helicopter rotor blade. When the wind flows across the blade, the air pressure on one side of the blade decreases. The difference in air pressure across the two sides of the blade creates both lift and drag. The force of the lift is stronger than the drag and this causes the rotor to spin. The rotor is connected to the generator, either directly (if it's a direct drive turbine) or through a shaft and a series of gears (a gearbox) that speed up the rotation and allow for a physically smaller generator. This translation of aerodynamic force to rotation of a generator creates electricity.".

Where to buy Wind turbines in Nigeria:

We stock wind turbines of different blade sizes and different capacities in Wavetra offline and online stores. Because wind energy is not that commonly harnessed in Nigeria, it is hard for us to verify other sellers of wind turbine in Nigeria. However, at Wavetra Energy LTD., we import and resell wind turbines at wholesale price.

How to buy Wind turbines in from anywhere Nigeria

We have invested heavily in this Wavetra.com platform to make buying easy as simple as possible with one click. We ship to anywhere in Nigeria. See all available wind turbines in our store below and click to view the technical data sheet or purchase instantly. Once again, we deliver nationwide.

 

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mukoro e ejiro - April 3, 2019

Please is it possible to rent your 800w wind turbine for a week? i am a lecturer at Federal Polytechnic Bida Niger State. I would need it for a demonstration. Kindly reply. Thank you

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