During the event, the Company’s Skyrota division will unveil the latest addition to its vertical-axis wind turbine range, a three-blade design suitable for roof mounting. The Company will also unveil its plans for a new horizontal-axis 10 kW wind turbine, a rugged yet elegant design that limits noise and requires low maintenance.
On Tuesday, March 2, LGC Skyrota was joined at its stand by Mr. Stuart Morrow, a lecturer with the Department of Technology at South West College in Northern Ireland. Mr. Morrow led the design process for the new vertical-axis turbine. Dr. Jeremy Harrell, a leading authority on sustainable architecture and living, will join the Company on Thursday, March 4. Dr. Harrell has worked with LGC Skyrota for two years on continuous product improvement.
LGC Skyrota Wind Energy Corp. is a leader in the development and maintenance of clean-energy producing wind turbines. With operations based in Northern Ireland and executive offices located in Vancouver, B.C., the Company is well-positioned to expand throughout Europe and enter the North American wind power market.
The Company operates two business divisions: LGC, which rebuilds gearboxes for large wind turbines, and Skyrota, which manufactures a revolutionary 5kW small vertical-axis wind turbine. LGC Skyrota trades on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol LGS.