While WaterLily can produce power from wind, it functions primarily as a water turbine. The variable nature of wind can make it difficult to optimize WaterLily (or any other micro-turbine) for better output. Changing wind speeds and direction can greatly affect the output.

 

While we, and many customers, have had good results using WaterLily in wind, we do not recommend using wind as your primary resource for generating power.


If you do use WaterLily in wind, please refer to our user guide for best practices on setup. You should also regularly monitor the turbine while it is in use and adjust it as needed for changes in wind direction.