Rooftop Design / September 8, 2018 / Juan M. Tate
A less obvious issue when deciding on putting up a rooftop wind generator may be any obstructions current or future that could block the full wind from getting to the generator. Trees other buildings hillsides or even large vehicles can deflect the wind away from the turbine. If the rooftop is inside a city filled with buildings the wind path can become quite tricky as it may bounce from one structure to the next causing turbulence and an inconsistent flow.
Rooftop solar panels are usually ideal since they convey more room in your residential or commercial area while still receiving the most effective energy. Rooftop solar panels are the most popular type of photovoltaic panels that are built and installed to withstand the harshest weather conditions and the durability is able to last decades. With these photovoltaic panels generating your home or office you will never have to worry about a blackout or power shortage again. With the most powerful source of energy generating your environment you will be in good hands.
The design of the rooftop wind turbine is important for several reasons. Aesthetics is one of the larger reasons homeowners today would want to put a renewable energy generator atop their houses. Also rooftop wind generators can be a status symbol that one is doing ones part to help the environment create jobs for others and lower bills in these tough economic times. Some wind turbines make more noise than others. The biggest complaint about a series of rooftop wind turbines placed at the Logan International Airport in Boston has been from an office worker below that says they make too much noise.