@Gedis - I am simply pointing out that there are a number of issues with microgeneration equipment, believe me I am as frustrated by the requirements as you are.
FYI the requirements in Scotland to erect a micro- wind turbine (MWT) as a ‘Permitted Development’ i.e. one not requiring planning consent in a domestic environment:-
For MWT , the limitations are that:
the installation of a MWT must be not less than 100 metres from the curtilage of another dwelling
In an urban set-up most people are going to be hard pressed to install an MWT more than 100mtrs from their neighbour so planning permission will need to be sought (the requirements may differ in other parts of the UK of course).
Small scale domestic wind turbines do not work effectively. You would be better off selling the MWT and buying/ installing more PV panels up to the capacity of the inverter you have.
I have been involved/ interested in domestic renewable energy for 20 years or more and have a fair amount of direct and indirect experience in this time.
I don’t consider myself an expert but having been a member of couple of ‘green’ forums for 10years I have read about the mistakes many people have made and they have been honest enough to come out and say they should have sought advice in the first instance. You are seeking advice and it is being offered.