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Revayu Systems Pvt Ltd installs hybrid project in Goa

Panaji, Sep 24 (UNI) To provide clean and reliable power, a cleantech startup called ”Revayu Systems Pvt Ltd” has recently installed a hybrid (wind & solar) project capacity of 4 Kw in Goa, showing the benefits of using hybrid system rather than using any of the technology alone.
According to a statement here on Monday, the installation would ensure more uniform energy output throughout day and night with solar working mostly in the daytime and wind turbine working mostly at the evening and nighttime.
''This installed hybrid project is unique because it does not involve any permanent foundation for wind turbine tower structure and can be relocated to any other location easily with quick assemble and dissemble systems. The project could be installed in just 24 hrs and can be dissembled at any time according to the energy need. Revayu has integrated best of the globally available technologies and synergized them in a unique way and yet making it an indigenously manufactured product,'' the statement said.
''Revayu brings a 6-blade wind turbine that can rotate on low wind speed as low as 1 m/s. Therefore, generating power even at lower wind speeds. This is low cut in low rpm wind turbines which are more efficient than other conventional small wind turbines having cut in wind speed of around 3 m/s. Due to more number of blades and modified blade design, these wind turbines can have enough torque to rotate even in slight breeze of wind. Therefore, this new design has made them viable in most areas across the nation where conventional small wind turbines were not considered as a viable source of wind energy,'' the statement added.
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