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Congratulations to Evance

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Nsure are delighted to congratulate their client Evance Wind Turbines Ltd in respect of the commissioning of three R9000 small wind turbines at Scottish Water's water treatment works on the island of Stronsay in Orkney.

Due to the grid connection limitation Evance has installed the R9000 Grid+ system, so enabling the maximum energy from each 5kW turbine to be captured and used, while only allowing 3.68kW to be connected to the grid, so complying with the requirements of G83.

"Stronsay has a great natural wind resource so, by installing our Grid+ system, Scottish Water is able to harness this renewable energy for use at the water treatment works. The three turbines will be able to generate around 55MWh of electricity a year, which will mean nearly an 80 per cent reduction in the energy costs of running the works," comments Tim Sammon, Director of Evance Wind Turbines.

"We have a few hundred turbines installed on the Orkney Islands. These customers have turned to Evance as the R9000 has proved its reliable and continuous operation in all the wind conditions experienced on the islands," stated Tim Sammon.

Evance is pleased to be working in partnership with Scottish Water to help harness wind power and so reduce the energy costs of running a vital service for the Scottish community.

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