Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is the main difference between SolarWind’s systems and the competitors?

A: Up to this point, manufacturers of competitive systems concentrated upon building either a solar system that generated electricity or a wind generation system to do the same thing. This limits the production of electrical power its either clouded or night when the sun is not available, which is 2/3rds of the day or when the wind is calm and cannot continuously turn the wind turbines.

Put another way… No Sun, no power! No Wind, no power!

SolarWind, like our corporate name illustrates, combines both of these different sources of natural energy, i.e., the sun and the wind, into one integrated hybrid system (Patented)-that produces power whether or not the sun is shining or the wind is blowing.


Q: Solar Photovoltaic Panel Arrays and Wind Turbines are permanent ground station systems that remain in one location. Is the SolarWind Hybrid Clean Energy system configured for a permanent location?

A: Yes! The SolarWind Hybrid Clean Energy system is versatile in that it is configurable into a permanent ground fixed station adjacent to buildings, railways, highways, etc., as well as portable, transportable and mobile systems that will provide solutions for needed clean & natural electricity generation in a variety of applications and locations.


Q: Does Solarwind have commercial systems?

A: Yes, SolarWind also can be custom configured for a variety of Government, Military and Industrial applications.


Q: Is the Solarwind Hybrid system just for residential use?

A: No! The SolarWind Hybrid Clean Energy system can be configured for small residential applications as well as large Wind Farms. The difference is the scale of the application.


Q: Is the SolarWind Hybrid Clean Energy system only for a Land-based system?

A: No, the SolarWind Hybrid Clean Energy system can be configured for both land and water (ocean, lakes, etc.) applications.


Q: What other configurations can be constructed using the SolarWind Hybrid Clean Energy system?

A; Self-contained modular systems can be configured with the SolarWind Hybrid Clean Energy system so that they arrive on site with “instant” electrical energy capabilities to power needed applications.


Q: Can the SolarWind Hybrid Clean Energy system be configured for existing systems, e.g., a Wind Turbine system added to an existing Solar panel system?

A: Yes, and vice versa… where an existing Wind Turbine system needs to expand its electrical power, a SolarWind Hybrid Clean Energy system and be integrated to upgrade the existing wind system.


Q: What if there is no sun available?

A: The Wind Turbine sub-system takes over to continue generating electricity.


Q: What if there is no wind?

A: The Solar sub-system takes over to continue generating electricity.


Q: What if there is no sun or wind?

A: The Wind Turbine sub-system draws power from its electrical storage subsystem to continue generating electricity.


Q: Is there a variety of Solar Panel Options that can be used with the SolarWind Hybrid Clean Energy system?

A: Yes, flat, curved, concave, stationary or solar-tracking.


Q: Is there a variety of Wind Turbine Options that can be used with the SolarWind Hybrid Clean Energy system?

A: Yes,

  • Propeller,
  • Curved,
  • Spiral
  • Either Horizontal or Vertical axis,
  • Either Directional or Non-directional,
  • Ducted or not ducted.

Q: Is the SolarWind Hybrid Clean Energy system capable of producing heat and hot water?

A: Yes, the system can incorporate solar thermal capabilities to produce electricity as well as heat/hot water.


Q: Can multiple Wind Turbines or multiple solar panels be linked into larger and larger SolarWind Hybrid Clean Energy systems?

A: Yes.


Q: Is help available to select the proper SolarWind Hybrid Clean Energy system(s)?

A: Yes! The Solarwind engineer(s) can use the basic hybrid system or it can be designed to meet your unique application-specific applications.


Q: Can the SolarWind System be integrated with Heating and/or Air conditioning systems?

A: Yes! The electricity generated can operate either heating and/or air conditioning systems and can be an ideal source of heat or cooling in modular, transportable or disaster relief housing units