MOWEA small wind turbines

We have developed the most efficient
modular small wind turbines in the world.

Help us to build a better future!

Electricity is a very basic need. It enables a minimum living standard and is a prerequisite for economic growth. Sadly, there are currently about 1.1 billion people in the world that have little or no access to electricity, mostly in developing countries. MOWEA will use high tech and economies of scale in order to change that.

The MOWEA Vision

… is a world, in which all people are able to produce sustainable energy by themselves.

MOWEA's Mission

…is to build the best small wind turbines and make them affordable to everyone.

MOWEA small wind turbines - Product Categories

Small wind turbines - MOWEA Pico 50

MOWEA Pico 50

0.9 m diameter, 50 W output, this small friend is able to charge your smartphone, laptop or LED lights.

Small wind turbines - MOWEA Champ

MOWEA Champ 400

1.3 m diameter, 400 W output, the MOWEA Champ is an efficiency beast and our most popular device.

Small wind turbines - MOWEA Net


MOWEA nets are customized to your individual requirements and generate up to 100 kW.

Small wind turbines - MOWEA Cube

MOWEA Cube 400

1.4 m width, 400 W output, the MOWEA Cube is specifically designed for easy rooftop installations.

Our Value Propositions


MOWEA small wind turbines are best in class regarding efficiency as a result of optimized aerodynamics and the innovative electronic control system. They are designed for small and medium winds.


MOWEA small wind turbines are scalable. The electronic and mechanical concepts allow to start with one turbine and to connect more turbines with increasing energy demand.


Sustainability is one of our core values. Besides working on making green wind energy affordable and reducing carbon emissions, we are developing a turbine produced from sustainable materials.



Our goal is to help people become independent from centralized energy providers. Decentral energy is key to people’s autonomy and allows them to shape their own future.

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