Mitsubishi leads the way in turbine power production
Mitsubishi is an incredible company. If you know anything about them, you realize it is a parent or ‘umbrella’ company with many unique divisions under the parent company name. Each division is a specialist unit and, in some cases, may never have or need to communicate or work with the other divisions. From automotive to satellites, the various divisions have an incredible array of professionals within each field that keep each division running at peak efficiency and capacity. The Power Division creates long term renewable energy solutions with the production of the turbine power.
Turbine power is one of nature’s most available renewable energy sources. There are turbine power farms appearing all over the world. Tall turbine ‘trees’ that are linked together with computerized controls and convert the power of the air and wind into usable electricity for residential and commercial use.
Mitsubishi has perfected their wind turbines with a current choice of six models. From a 1,000 kw with a 60 meter tower to the 2,400 kw on an 80 meter tower, each model offers a variety of abilities, based on the need, wind speed, pitch, velocity, blade length, and performance curve.
Mitsubishi has U.S. plants in both Savannah, Georgia and Orlando, Florida with a Houston, Texas Outage Resource Center. Installations of the wind turbines are peppering all across the United States and the world. The successful install in Arkansas has even added that state to the list of some of the most successful ‘green’ states in the country. From Oregon, California and Texas, the state of the art Mitsubishi wind turbines are appearing in the U.S. with Germany and the United Kingdom topping the charts for their use in Europe.
Mitsubishi started their vision when everyone else had blinders on to the global need for renewable energy and must be congratulated for taking that bold step and continuing on to the achievements of today.
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