Hi. I live in a low wind area but I have a stream in the back that flows in the winter. I can power a water turbine with a 10 or 12 inch pipe and at least 20 feet of head. The flow is variable but I get maximum flow from November to the end of February. It's basically dry in the summer. I'm wondering if a Windy Nation PMA would work to supply power for space heating. I figure that I can set up an overshoot water wheel with gearing to the PMA to bring up the RPM to a higher value. I need 120 feet of wire so I thought 3-phase AC power would be good. This would go to a rectifier and some dump load resistors. Cost would be low due to the system not having batteries or a charge controller. I've also thought of using this servo motor: 90 Volt, 6.6 Amp, 3100 RPM I would appreciate thoughts and links. Thanks, Vaughn.