To get big energy savings, go small with Kestrel's e160 Wind Turbine. One of the smallest models in the company's range, the e160 brings clean energy to the urban sprawl, as it measures only 1.6 meters in diameter. Working well in both high and low winds, this Kestrel wind turbine can produce up to 600 watts of power and puts renewable energy in your grasp. Six blades are attached to a self-regulating aerodynamic rotor, which in turn is connected to a single axial flux permanent magnet brushless alternator. The speed of the rotor is controlled by blade turbulence - this means that it requires no moving parts and it cuts down on noise. The e160 also works in conjunction with grid tie applications and can boost other renewable energy installations. Kestrel.