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Evance Iskra R9000





wind power generator.

The Evance Iskra R9000 is probably the most sought after small wind turbine available. Being the "next generation" of small wind turbines, it fully integrates the very best of existing technologies with major new patented innovations. The result is an attractive turbine with uncompromising performance and excellent reliability. The Evance Iskra R9000 is even quieter, more efficient and more robust than the highly popular Iskra AT5-1. It is also easier to install and service whilst retaining its good looks!

Evance wind turbines are the most efficient, cost-effective small wind turbines available.

Designed as nature intended, their turbines work with the wind to capture more energy at lower wind speeds. The result is quiet, more efficient operation. Their design goes beyond simple ergonomics to guarantee your turbine makes an elegant addition to any surroundings, rather than an eyesore.

The Iskra R9000 is designed for schools, farms, rural homes and light commercial applications. Contact us for further information.


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