Simply enter a UK postcode, pick a model of turbine and a tower height and through NOABL readings, you will be able to calculate a prediction for the wind at your proposed site and the energy you could generate through the Feed in Tariff.
The wind industry in the UK uses NOABL as its standard measurement tool for area wind speeds although it is understood that the predications given can be inaccurate. NOABL segments the UK into kilometre square areas and then gives an average based on the whole area. This average is known in most occasions to be very liberal.
A map will also appear showing where the turbine reading is being made. For added accuracy you can drag the turbine to the part of the map where you expect to be suitable to get the maximum yield – usually open, obstruction free terrain on the highest available area facing the prevailing wind.
VG Energy would like to remind you that any figures given here should be treated as estimates and that financial calculations should not be made based on these findings. To obtain more accurate data users should contact VG Energy, who can review your site and explain the various turbine options - fill in your details on our website to arrange a desktop survey.
Please click the link below to confirm you have read and understand the above, click to launch the wind energy calculator.