Endurance officially launched the new E4660 at the RenewableUK Annual Exhibition and Conference in Manchester last week. So what’s so good about this model? Well, the UK’s Feed-in Tariff has reduced by 30 per cent over the past 18 months and investors are looking for a productivity level which compensates for this drop. The Endurance E4660 generates 35 per cent more electricity than its predecessor, the E3120, which means a lower cost of energy and an excellent return on investment.
It gets better. The turbine can perform even at modest wind sites. Dave Rankin, UK Managing Director of Endurance Wind Power, said: “The purpose of UK’s Feed in Tariff scheme is to make wind more affordable and that is what this machine does. Endurance has created an even more efficient machine that shows DECC’s Feed-in Tariff scheme continues to work.”
We look forward to finding suitable wind sites for the E4660 in 2015.