ITAC Unified List of Wind Turbines

Clean energy programs and utilities wishing to use the ITAC list as the basis for incentive or other funding eligibility must be participants in ITAC. Joining ITAC gives members access to the decision justifications for evaluated turbines and detailed product information provided by the manufacturers not found elsewhere. A list of participating incentive programs can be found on the Participating programs page.

Use of the ITAC list of wind turbines by nonparticipating organizations or individuals is not permitted.

DISCLAIMER: Neither CESA nor the individual members of ITAC endorses any of the wind turbines contained in this Unified List. This list has been made available to give ITAC-member programs a basis on which to provide their incentives. ITAC makes no claims about any listed turbine’s durability, reliability, safety, acoustic emissions, performance, efficiency, or suitability. Conversely, turbines not included on the list are not implied to be unsuitable or defective in any way.

Small Wind Turbines

The list below contains turbines that have been fully certified to the American Wind Energy Association’s small wind turbine performance and safety standard, version 9.1 (2009) or have met Microgeneration Certification Scheme requirements for small turbines. In addition, these turbines have been fully vetted by ITAC and additionally meet ITAC’s warranty and business performance criteria. Any exceptions are noted below.

Manufacturer/Turbine

Rated Power at 11m/s

Rated Annual Energy at
5 m/s
(As certified by the SWCC or MCS, unless otherwise noted)

Rotor Diameter

Certifications and Summary Reports

Bergey Excel 6

www.bergey.com

5.5
kW

9,920 kWh 6.2m
(20.2 ft)
SWCC to AWEA 9.1

Bergey Excel 10

www.bergey.com

8.9 kW

13,800 kWh

7.0m
(23 ft)

SWCC to AWEA 9.1

Endurance S343

www.endurancewindpower.com

5.4 kW

8,910 kWh

(SWCC LPP Certification, August 2012)

6.4m
(21 ft)

SWCC to AWEA 9.1

Evance R9000

www.evancewind.com

4.6 kW

9,167 kWh

5.5m
(18 ft)

SWCC to AWEA 9.1

Wind Turbine Industries, Corp.
Jacobs 31-20*

www.windturbine.net

12 kW

 

16,562 kWh

(Intertek PP test report, March 2012)

9.4m
(31 ft)

Intertek to AWEA 9.1 in progress

Osiris 10

9.81kW
23,704 kWh

  9.7m   (31.8 ft)

Intertek to AWEA 9.1

Eveready Kestrel e400nb 2.5 kW 3930 kWh   4m   (13.1 ft)

SWCC to AWEA 9.1

*These turbines have not yet achieved full certification to AWEA 9.1.

Medium WindTurbines

Manufacturer/Turbine

Power at 11m/s

Rotor Diameter

Test Reports and Additional Information

Endurance E-3120, 3-phase**

www.endurancewindpower.com

 

57 kW

 

19.2m

Link to product brochure

SWCC Performance and Acoustic Summary Reports

Endurance E-3120, single phase**

www.endurancewindpower.com

 

48.3 kW

 

19.2m

Link to product brochure

Northern Power NP 100-21

www.northernpower.com

 

80 kW

 

21m

Acoustic Test Report

Power Performance Report

Link to product brochure

Vergnet GEV MP

http://www.vergnet.com/en/index.php

242.8 kW 32m

Link to product brochure

Link to product brochure

MP-C Acoustic Report

MP-R Acoustic Report

MP Power Curve and AEP

**ITAC has granted some turbines rated at 100kW or less up to 6 months from their listing date to complete third party certification. These turbines have an additional 6 months to submit third-party certified test reports as per our medium wind turbine requirements.

More Information

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(August 2013)