Our installation at 866 The Queensway, Ontario, Canada.

Innovations in aerodynamics and fluid dynamics make the FireflyPower wind turbine a practical and affordable means of on-site distributed power generation.

FireflyPower wind turbines can be installed on or off-grid, as single or multiple units, with charging batteries and integrated with solar. They are also cost-efficient with an estimated ROI of eight years.


Our installation at Genesee Community College in Batavia, NY.

In average conditions, these turbines are capable of significantly reducing electricity costs, with zero transmission losses. When paired with a 1KW low-RPM generator, each turbine is capable of producing in the range of 8500KW hours per year, depending on your site’s wind regimen.

The FireflyPower wind turbine combines advances in blade design and composite construction. The vertical-axis orientation features a patented blade design with peak aerodynamic efficiency in low wind speeds. The turbine system is modular, featuring DIY assembly and semi-portability. 

Our most recent field installation in Caledon, Ontario. The turbine is grid-tied through net metering and exceeds the strict compliance guidelines for Ontario.

We strive to use recyclable and environmentally friendly materials, such as low VOC resins. Water is not necessary for operation or maintenance of the turbine, economizing valuable natural resources. The modular design (“IKEA-esque”) is conducive to shipping in flat packs which will optimize loads and reduce transports, thereby reducing fossil fuel emissions.

At end of carbon fiber’s projected product life span of 30+years, the turbine can be repurposed into consumer and industrial products including automotive parts and athletic gear, minimizing landfill contributions.


“Not only do I love your business from a technology standpoint, but also from a product-market fit standpoint. I am really impressed with how you have taken such a huge vision and merged that vision with customer demands.”

   – Tyler Bauer, Research Valley Partnership, Texas, USA

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Sales Resources

Community Energy Partnerships Program (CEPP)

The Community Energy Partnerships Program (CEPP) is a grant program to support community wind power in Ontario.


More information: http://www.communityenergyprogram.ca/

Database of State Incentives for Renewable Energy

DSIRE is a comprehensive source of information on state, local, utility, and federal incentives and policies that promote renewable energy and energy efficiency.


More information: http://www.dsireusa.org/

Distributed Wind Energy Association

DWEA provides info about distributed and community wind, including a Zoning Resource Center.


More information: http://www.distributedwind.org/

Distributed Wind Energy Association (DWEA)

The Distributed Wind Energy Association (DWEA) is a group whose mission is to promote and foster the American distributed wind energy industry.


More information: http://distributedwind.org/

Distributed Wind Policy Comparison Tool

Stakeholders can now explore the best ways to improve the bottom line of consumer-owned wind turbines.


More information: http://www.eformativeoptions.com/dwpolicytool/

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