Fortis Wind Energy: Great in Small Turbines

Fortis is the world leader in design and manufacturing of high performance stand alone and grid connected wind turbines in the range from 1400 Watt up to 10 kW. Our reputation is built on twenty-five years of experience in providing innovative solutions for the use of wind energy and over 6000 installations. Wind turbines for your weather conditions and for your application

 

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A Passaat wind turbine 1.4 kW stand alone in Debramal India

A Passaat wind turbine 1.4 kW stand alone in Debramal India

"Breathe the Change" a project to change the "lack of electricity".


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INENSUS GmbH Goslar, Germany

INENSUS GmbH Goslar, Germany

Micro Power Economy


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Montana 5 kW installed in Kuwait

Montana 5 kW installed in Kuwait

Biggest site with 6 Montana 5 kW wind turbines placed in the desert of Kuwait for a test application on free standing towers


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Private energy

Private energy

How about generating your own clean energy? A modern household without electricity is unimaginable. But how is this electricity supplied?

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Business Empowerment

Business Empowerment

Are you looking for a subtle way to show your clients that you care about the environment?

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Custom Solutions

Custom Solutions

Our four standard models are available off the shelf. Grid-connected or standalone, you order, we deliver. But what if you want something different?

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Frequently asked questions

Will small wind turbines affect birds?

Experience and careful monitoring by independent experts shows that birds are unlikely to be damaged by the moving blades of wind turbines. More
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How much of the time do wind turbines produce electricity?

A modern wind turbine produces electricity 70-85% of the time, but it generates different outputs dependent on wind speed. Over the course of a year,
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Isn't it cheaper to save electricity?

Since most of us are not fully efficient in using energy, it is almost certainly cheaper to reduce electricity consumption than to buy it or generate
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