posted ago by jubyeonin ago by jubyeonin +8 / -0

They seem interesting for a grid tie system to have some electricity if the whole neighborhood is out. It would be cool to get some perspectives from owners and average output depending on rating and wind speeds.

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Torrvarpen 1 point ago +1 / -0

If you want something to mount on your house you might as well use solar, about the same cost and production but less vibrations and it'll last longer.

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jubyeonin [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

Panels aren't modular enough when mounted to the roof and are more likely to damage it. Solar also doesn't work when there's no sunlight. Vibrations don't seem to affect the turbines as much since the base would need to be most affected, which doesn't happen quite as much compared to the whole house taking some damage.