Keizer, OR, February 27, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Oregon WindPower, LLC located in Salem, Oregon has developed wind turbines that generate up to 1600 watts of power, and will withstand winds up to 100 mph. Power generated from Oregon Wind Power systems can greatly reduce electric costs and make a positive contribution in reducing carbon emissions. As a nation we're motivated and incentivized to minimize pollutants and reduce green house gases. The use of non-depleting, sustainable wind power makes great sense.
Oregon WindPower, LLC has spent nearly three years on research, engineering and testing to develop a product that is safe, quiet and efficient. The goal of Oregon Wind Power is to provide a high quality, efficient, alternative source of power that reduces demand from our over worked electrical grid.
Oregon Wind Power wind turbines are designed for easy installation with a manageable 60 lb total weight and 32 inch blade length. In addition these systems can be used in off-grid, or grid-tied configurations and are great for both home use and commercial applications.