Portable Power Center (PPC)
Breaking the chains of the power grid, the 50kW PPC uses sophisticated electronics and advanced material selection to take advantage of the exponential power in variable wind in order to provide high quality, low cost, clean energy where you need it

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Energy Conversion System (ECS)
Core technology
of Uprise wind machines. All systems from rotor input to generator output with proprietary programming. The ECS increases power output by improving energy capture and minimizing parasitic losses.

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Technical Articles & Design Methodology

How To Improve Wind Turbine Performance In Low Wind Speeds

In response to the question, “how to generate more power under low wind speed conditions”, here are some basic points to keep in focus. This is a good question, which is far-reaching and includes a discussion of how to produce and sell electrons at an economically viable price.  

Custom Bits: Mast Collar

While the design focus of the Mobile Power Station has been intelligent integration of proven technologies, anytime you build something that's never been built before, it's going to require one-off parts to bring it to life.

Independence Day

As we head into Independence Day weekend here in America, we find ourselves reflecting on how lucky we are to live in such a prosperous country, and our corporate vision to improve the lives of others that are less fortunate...

After months of quietly building the world's first 10kW portable wind turbine, we've reached a point where it's time to start sharing the fruits of our labor.

Design Methodology and Technical Attributes of the  Uprise Energy 50 kW Portable Power Center

A study of constraints in the wind industry was conducted to guide the development process of the Uprise machine.  The list is long, but here are the ones that effect energy capture.

When reviewing electrical power options for remote (often times off-grid) regions, there are three primary options one would likely consider: Solar Power, a Diesel Powered Generator or a Wind Turbine. Comparing these three is interesting, but not always equivalent.

Electrical energy provides great benefits to those who are connected to a grid. For the billions who are not connected to a grid, the solution is local or portable power generators. Virtually millions of small communities, remote and isolated, need small or medium generators. Fuel powered generators are high in cost per kWhr, fuel supply is risky and unreliable. The solution is generating electricity renewably, where it is needed. 

Rated output, also known as Nameplate rating, is determined by the wind turbine manufacturer, based on their chosen wind speed.  The rated output can be a high number or a low number, depending on the wind regime chosen for performance calculations. In its current state, there is no unified approach to wind turbine ratings, making the process capricious.

here are many niches that could be served with an off-grid, portable, renewable power generator. This discussion will focus on those that do not have reliable power as a result of not being served by an electrical grid.