Sepstar Announces a New Line of Residential Wind Turbines

Sepstar announces a line of Residential Wind Turbines that will be the market leader for power generation cost and low wind efficiency.

How much is your monthly electricity bill?

What is average wind energy blowing through your back yard?
Can you harvest the Mother natural's gift to be energy independent?
What is your best way to increase your home retail value immediately?
We are more than happy to help you answer those questions.
Visit: www.Sepstar.com.
Sepstar wind turbine series is engineered for class 2 wind area's with year around wind speed average of 9 - 12 miles per hour. Our focus on the blade aerodynamic design and a unique manufacturing process has yielded a turbine with exceptional low wind start up performance. Our turbine will start generating electricity at 4.5 mph verses the other turbine's 8mph. This will allow 80% of the Midwest open land area to be energy independent.
Sepstar will be the most cost competitive commercial turbine unit with 8 years payback time instead of 15 to 20 years payback typical in the market today.
Sepstar is assembled in the US with headquarters in Kalamazoo, Mi. with components built to exacting specifications to insure long life and adhere to regulatory requirements for small wind turbines.

Our Mailing address: 7107 Elm Valley Dr. Kalamazoo MI 49009 Tel: (269)-488-2957

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