Item details

Ad Type :
Deluxe
Ad No :
425

Water Turbines

Location:
Tablelands Region | Atherton Tablelands Area
Price:
Price on application
Warranty:
Available
Can deliver:
Yes
Can pick-up:
Yes

Description

Water turbines have been a good source of power for many centuries.

How does a water turbine compare to solar or wind power?
If you have access to a continuous source of running water, a water turbine should be considered because it will be more cost effective than either solar or wind power.

It has the advantage of running 24 hours a day and the battery storage capacity can be reduced.

In some cases, where there is a great volume of water to be harnessed, the power system can be run without batteries.

How do I know what type of turbine to use?
There are many different turbines available, each designed to gain maximum benefit from a specific type of water flow. Sites have to be individually assessed for head and flow of water before a turbine can be chosen.

Seller Details

www.solarworks.com.au/

Solarworks

Business Name:
Solarworks
Trading Name:
Solarworks
ABN Number:
x
Contact Name:
Nick Chapman
Contact Phone :
4096 5546
Contact Email :
email/nick)(solarworks.com.au
Contact SMS :
0408 451679

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Green Credentials

BCSE [Australian Business Council for Sustainable Energy]
Our products include:

Batteries
Battery Charges
Controllers
DC Equipment
DC Pumping
Diesel Generators
Inverters
Inverter Charges
Refrigeration
Solar Modules
Toilets
Water Turbines
Wind Turbines

SolarWorks is fully accredited, experienced and professional. Located inland from Cairns, SolarWorks has been established since 1992. Our family home, office and workshop operate totally on renewable energy. Our work ranges from as far south as Bundaberg to remote far north and west Queensland. We work with solar, wind and hydro power, on a scale from the smallest recreational to the grandest domestic, farming and community projects.

To receive PVRP [Photovoltaic Rebate Program] and/or Queensland REDRS [Renewable Energy Diesel Replacement Scheme] rebates, powers systems must be designed and installed by a professional with this accreditation. SolarWorks is fully accredited by BCSE [Australian Business Council for Sustainable Energy] to design and install remote area power systems.

Talk to us about your system requirements, cost analysis or components. We can advise you on the most cost-effective custom designed system suiting your individual needs, including grid connected systems.

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