The Anorra home wind turbine is designed to offset your electricity costs, reduce your carbon footprint, and survive the toughest of Canadian climates. Our design is 100% Canadian, and 85% of our parts are sourced in Canada.
Weighing 146kg, the home wind turbine can be raised with a common SUV, ATV, tractor or pick-up truck. The lightweight design also allows for easy transportation to remote locations.
Made for You
Our Cottage wind turbine kits are customized for your location with both tower height and anchor styles. Check out the graphic below to learn more about anchor types.
With a quiet and smaller design, this turbine is built to provide an unintrusive wind energy alternative to small and/or remote dwellings.
If you require assistance during set-up or for maintenance through the turbine's life, our team is available by phone 24/7 or by video-call during office hours.
< 7-10 Years
With an investment payback in the range of 7-10 years or less across Canada, you will benefit from the savings in no time.
Multiple Tower Heights to Suit Your Needs
Choosing from 23ft, 44ft, or 55ft, gives you the flexibility to capture as much wind as possible in any given area. The tower's modular nature makes assembly and installation a breeze.
Anchor Your Anorra Anywhere
Whether you are located on rocky terrain, farm soil, neither or a combination of the two we have you covered.
Decide if a Home Wind Turbine is Right for You
If you are want to learn more, email us and we can complete a wind profile for you; complete with Annual Energy Production and ROI.
Select the Right Location
Using our maps, find the right placement for your home wind turbine. We will help you choose the right anchor type after you place your deposit.
Deposit & Delivery
After you place your deposit, a member of our team will contact you will information regarding anchors and shipping. After paying your full invoice, the turbine will be delivered to your door!
Modular Height Tailored to Your Location
Choosing the right tower height for your Anorra turbine is crucial for ensuring you get the power you need to your home. The higher your tower, the more wind is available to generate that power for you. However, in places of high wind, lower towers may be an option. Let's walk through selecting the perfect tower height for you.
1. Determine the Direction of the Dominant Wind
The first step to selecting the right tower height is determining where the dominant wind comes from. In North America, dominant winds generally flow west to east. Check your local weather report to be certain.
2. Locate any Obstructions to the Dominant Wind
Once you establish where the dominant wind originates from, you can evaluate any possible obstructions in that direction. Estimate the height of these obstructions as you will need a 20ft clearance for the turbine.
3. Add 20ft to the Tallest Obstruction's Height
Once you determine the height of the tallest obstruction, add 20ft. This number is your minimum tower height for the turbine. Our towers are 23ft, 44ft, and 55ft; be sure to round up!
4. Ensure You Have the Required Area for Installation
Finally, consider the installation process. Our turbines are assembled horizontally and then raised. It is important that you have the area to build the turbine flat and then raise it. As an example, a 48ft tower will need at least 48ft of land on which to be constructed before being raised. Scroll down to access diagrams.
The base of the tower should be no more than 100ft away from the dwelling it will be powering. Additionally, the tower's 'footprint' refers to the amount of space the tower needs to be set up properly and securely. Each tower requires 3 anchors to hold it in place; one at 90° from the tilt tower pin, and two at 120° from the first anchor. Each anchor is 36ft away from the tower.
Our team will help you select the right anchors for your terrain. Each anchor secures three (3) guy-wires which attach to the tower mast of the turbine.
Made to Last. No Matter the Weather.
The Anorra Turbine not only reduces greenhouse gas emissions, it also reduces electricity costs and increases energy availability. Having met the IEC 61400-2 standard, you can rest assured that no matter how extreme or abnormal the weather, your turbine will be safe and provide you with power.