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Eocycle/EO25 Distributed Wind Turbine

A non-intrusive direct-drive certified wind turbine for reliable distributed powerer production

April 2020
Gallery Eocycle/EO25 Distributed Wind Turbine 1
Gallery Eocycle/EO25 Distributed Wind Turbine 1


EO25 Distributed Wind Turbine produces 50% more kilowatt-hours/year than its closest competitor in its size class

Its simple design with extremely few moving parts results in very reliable solution with at least 33% less downtime. Combined with a sophisticated web-based monitoring system, the turbine's service calls and maintenance costs are greatly reduced. EO25 Distributed Wind Turbine need for fewer components is made possible thanks to the in-house patented transverse flux permanent magnet generator which develops a huge amount of torque at very low rpm [revolutions per minute]. High torque allows control of the rotor without the need for any other mechanisms such as blade pitching systems. The high torque also permits operation at low RPM’s, resulting in greatly reduced sound impact. The distributed wind turbines can be installed ''behind the fence'' to provide farms and small businesses with energy independence while offering significant savings.

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Label Date April 6, 2020
From Canada
Maturity stage Small scale commercialization

The environmental benefits

  • A single E025 wind turbine can generate approximately 100,000 kWh/year, thereby offsetting about 70,000kg of CO2 emissions per year

The Financial benefits

  • Farmers can save 30% or more on their electric bills over the life of 20+ year of the wind turbine
  • Payback period is less than 10 years

Activity Region

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North america

Canada, United States,

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Company Profile

Eocycle Technologies Inc

Electrifying farms, sustainably

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We leverage provincial and territorial strengths to support the scale-up of Canadian cleantech.

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