The Welsh Assembly Government have awarded quietrevolution manufacturing grant funding in order to help establish a world class manufacturing and distribution in Pembroke Dock, South Wales.
Initial feasibility studies and development of the prototype 6kW model was partially funded by two DTI grants.
Research and development was partially funded by Renew Transnet, a part EC funded project that assists technology developers in commercialising their technology.
Initial wind tunnel testing and feasibility studies of the quietrevolution concept were carried out at the Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge. We maintain strong links with the University and are actively engaged in further collaborative research and development efforts.
quietrevolution is a member of Renewable UK, formally known as BWEA.
RWE Innogy - are sales agents for quietrevolution in the German market.
The Autodesk Clean Tech Partner Program supports early-stage clean technology companies by providing design and engineering software that accelerates their development of solutions to the world's most pressing environmental challenges.