Installation Stages of Hercules & Pegasus
Realization of foundation
Assembly of spokes and wings on the assembly stand
Placing the rotor on the tower
Tests and system start-up
- 6÷11T bearing capacity with 15 m outreach
- Lifting of the load at a height of 15 m, with the same height of upper tower connection level and level of stabilization of the crane.
Mobile elevating work platform (PLE)
- Minimum basket size 1,40×0,70 m
- Working height 16 ÷ 23 m
Hercules & Pegasus Wind Turbine Maintenance
27,000 hours of rotation
Permanent concrete plinth with metallic cage.
Removable plinth with metal base anchored to the ground with 1 meter screws.
Compliance with Regulastions and Rirectives
The wind turbine has obtained the following certifications and complies with the following directives:
- CE certification
- EN 61400-2 “Wind turbines – Part 2: Small wind turbine systems design requirements”
- EN 12100-1:2010 “Safety of machinery – General principles for design – Risk assessment and risk reduction”
- EU Directive 2014/35/EU on low voltage electrical equipment
- EU Directive 2014/30/EU on electromagnetic compatibility
The electrical panel is equipped with the following certifications and complies with the following directives:
- CE certification
- CEI 0-21 “Technical regulation reference for the connection of active and passive users to the LV networks of electricity distribution companies”
- EN 61000-2-2 “Electromagnetic compatibility – Part 2: Environment – Section 2: Compatibility levels for low frequency conducted disturbances and signaling in public low voltage power supply networks”
- EN 61000-3-11 “Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 3: Limits – Section 11: Limitation of voltage changes, voltage fluctuations and flicker in public low voltage power supply systems for equipment with rated currents <= 75 A and connected to condition IEC 61000-3-11:2000”
- EN 61000-3-12 “Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 3-12: Limits – Limits for harmonic currents produced by equipment connected to the public low-voltage network with input currents > 16 A and <= 75 A per phase IEC 61000-3-12:2011 IEC 61000-3-12:2011/IS1:2012”
- EN 61000-6-1 “Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 6-1: Generic standards – Immunity for residential, commercial and light industry environments”
- EN 61000-6-3 “Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 6-3: Generic standards – Emission for residential, commercial and light industrial environments”
- EN 62109-1 “Safety of power converters for use in photovoltaic power systems – Part 1: General requirements”
- EN 62109-2 “Safety of power converters for use in photovoltaic power systems – Part 2: Particular requirements for inverters”
Any private customer purchasing our vertical axis mini wind turbine can have a 50% tax deduction of the expenditure within a limit of € 96.000 (VAT included) in 10 years.
For instance, with a € 60.000 expenditure, € 30.000 are deductible, that is € 3.000 each year for 10 years. Everything can be indicated in the tax declaration or in the 730 model (individual tax return), as long as the payment is only done via bank transfer. Such a deduction is allowed on the basis of art. 16-bis letter h) of the TUIR (Consolidated Text of the Laws on Income Tax), as its contemplated in case of energy-saving works.
For a company the purchase price of the wind turbine is ordinarily annually deductible from the business income, with the amortisation procedure. Moreover, the cost is further deductible via the “super amortisation” that allows a further 30% deduction of the cost, related only to the components of the wind turbine.
That’s why the company, depending on the installed wind turbine, will estimate the components with the aim of correctly calculating the precise amount of the incremental tax deduction.