We are excited to launch sales of the FireflyPower small wind turbine!

We have concluded real world testing, have engineers analysis and reports and engaged Canadian and US manufacturers. The engineer’s reports and performance data from our field installation surpassed our design specs by almost 30%. Our turbine has exceptional aerodynamic efficiency which takes advantage of low wind speeds. In average conditions, our smaller turbine is expected to produce more than half of an average households annual residential electricity costs, with no transmission losses! Monthly projected output in average wind conditions is approximately 800 kWh or more, depending on site-specific wind conditions.

We are offering our first ten clients special promotions and pricing.

“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/