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I read a news article dated almost 2 years back about Tata Group’s plans for small wind.

It goes as follows”

“Tata Power Company, a subsidiary of the Tata group, plans to test a 2 kW wind turbine which would generate enough electricity to meet the basic demands of an small rural home. With several thousand villages still not connected with the national grid this micro turbine could prove highly beneficial.

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The 2 kW turbine which can be mounted on rooftops would be enough to power multiple ceiling fans (rated 60 W) and bulbs/lights (rated 40 W). Even more appliances if battery systems are coupled with the wind turbines.”

Source: Earth & Industry – Jul 2010

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Wonder what really is the current status of this…all I could from search was a similar, two-year news release from the company itself

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