GENERATOR Type Induction
Maximum Power 13 kW
Rated Power 11 kW
ROTOR Configuration Horizontal Axis
No. of Blades 2
Blade Material Glass fibre
Blade Length 6.5 m
Rotor Diameter 13 m
Swept Area 133 m2
Nominal Rotor Speed 56 rpm
Pitch/Yaw Downwind active pitch with assisted yaw
WIND Cut-In Speed 3 m/s
Rated Wind Speed 11 m/s
Cut-Out Speed 25 m/s
Survival Speed 52.5 m/s
WEIGHTS Nacelle/Rotor 900 kg
TOWERS Lattice 15 – 36 m
Monopole 18 – 27 m
Tilt-Up 18 – 27 m
DESIGN PARAMETERS Turbine Design Class IEC 61400-2 Class III
Temperature Range -20° to 50°C
Lifespan & Servicing 20 years, subject to regular maintenance



Blades Single piece glass fibre blade maximises strength and minimises connection interfaces, limiting points of potential failure.
1 Aerodynamically optimised profile with passive stall for power output control as wind speed increases.
Centrifugally activated tip-brake mechanism provides a failsafe aerodynamic braking system in case of rotor overspeed.
Swept Area
Superior performance in moderate wind speeds due to the large swept area of 133 m2 maximises power output. 2
Induction generator produces 3 phase, sinusoidal output without the need for power electronics, simplifying the control system and increasing the reliability of the system.
Fixed ratio gearbox with a constant rotor speed ensures a low-level noise profile is maintained even during high wind speeds.
Controller & Monitoring
Remote monitoring allows service engineers to assess the status and health of the wind turbine ensuring the system is operating at peak performance at all times.
Work Basket
Built in work basket and ladder allow servicing and maintenance to be performed easily and safely, at a reduced cost, without the need for specialist lifting equipment.
Anemometer Wind speed sensor accurately tracks the behaviour of the wind in real time, in order to improve the turbine’s performance and safety.
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  • Industrial
  • Agricultural
  • Off-Grid
  • Micro-Grid
  • Remote & Island Communities
  • Residential

The G-11 is capable of displacing greenhouse gas emissions from 15,000 litres of fuel each year.



Energy output

Annual Mean wind Speed (m/s) Estimated Annual Output (kWh)
4.0 16,220
4.5 21,861
5.0  27,502
5.5 32,731
6.0 37,959
6.5  42,243
7.0 46,527
7.5  49,655

Reliability & Safety


  • Base Level: Passive stall of blades limits power output
  • Second Level: Electronic control system activates mechanical brake.
  • Third Level: Passive centrifugally activated aerodynamic brakes, concealed in the rotor tips, release, spoiling the rotor aerodynamics and subsequently its ability to rotate.


  • Integrated microprocessor with multiple sensor inputs: wind speed, power, voltages, currents and phase, rpm,
    vibration and temperature alerts.
  • LCD display in control box. Can output to local PC or be monitored remotely via the internet
  • Remote Monitoring: Allows remote monitoring of the wind turbine in order for Ryse to ensure the turbine is operating at its peak performance


  • Limited plant requirement for installation
  • The bottom of the tower is bolted onto a reinforced concrete base with dimensions 5.2 x 5.2 x 0.6 m. This is set in a 1 m deep hole with a 0.4 m layer of hard-packed earth on top.
  • Online store for easy purchase of spare parts & equipment:
  • Ryse service contract available.


Quiet Library 45 dB (A) 40 dB (A) Quiet Living Room 35 dB (A) Quiet Room At Night 100 m 60 m 180 m

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