Super Vawt

designs vertical axis wind turbines

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In 2012, a transformation occurred in vertical axis wind turbine technology through the amalgamation of variable pitch and variable camber blades. This combination produced new results.

generates greater energy from the wind


The annual energy produced by a wind turbine is intricately linked to its efficiency. SuperVawt's structural designs, advanced lift blades, and control systems have the capability to raise the power coefficient to 54, whereas contemporary horizontal axis wind turbines typically operate at power coefficients of 47.

Structural design

SuperVawt has also taken time to understand the mass of its technology per MW. The materials, manufacturing time and installation are key components in the cost of building a wind turbine. Smaller vertical axis turbines experience very high centrifugal forces and fatigue cycles. Larger turbines do not.

The role of SuperVawt vertical axis wind turbines

Sound emission

Modern large-scale wind turbines commonly employ gearless generators, leading to reduced sound emissions. Vertical axis wind turbines operate at lower blade velocities. Since sound emissions are closely associated with blade speed and wake, vertical axis wind turbines typically exhibit quieter operational profiles.

Onshore wind

Numerous engineering complexities accompany the creation of a substantial vertical axis wind turbine. SuperVawt has dedicated time to comprehending these intricacies and formulating corresponding solutions. In constrained sites, Supervawt designs may be your go to solution.


Substantial vertical axis turbines position the generator beneath the rotor assembly, streamlining maintenance procedures. This configuration enables simpler structural solutions and the integration of cooling mechanisms. The absence of fluctuating gravitational forces on the generator reduces operational wear on the bearings.

Sustainable reuse

Enhancing the recycling process for wind turbine components after their operational lifespan, entails employing materials that can be reprocessed into their initial form. This achievement is attainable through the implementation of SuperVawt designs.

Wind farm research

Investigations concerning the wake impact generated by wind turbines underscore the advantageous attributes of vertical axis wind turbines for wind array configurations. Quicker wake recuperation enhances both the energy yield of wind farms and that of adjacent wind farms.

Offshore and floating

With the expansion of offshore wind farm locations, sites in deeper waters are now being developed. This necessitates the deployment of floating wind turbines. Floating vertical axis wind turbines present reduced inertial burdens on the generator, decreased platform cost, and lower costs for both installation and operation.