Bornay has over forty years experience, having started with wind generators in 1970. They will proudly tell you they have installed their wind turbine technology in more than 50 countries as well as Antarctica. Bornay is based in Castalla, Spain, and they make high quality wind turbines that get good ratings and reviews.
Bornay currently produces five small-scale models: the Bee 800, and the Bornay 600, 1500, 3000, and 6000. These seem to be easier to find in Europe than North America.
They have an interesting note in their FAQs about the state of wind power in Spain. Read how they answer the question Can I install a windturbine and connect to the electricity grid in Spain?
Currently there is no distinction made between small wind power and big wind power (in Spain), so the premium for energy produced by small wind power is the same price as that for big wind power. Furthermore, you would need all the administrative and paperwork required for big-scale wind power. As it stands in Spain, small-scale wind power is getting a worse deal compared to other technologies such as photovoltaics, and repayment calculations involve high periodic amounts, making such an installation currently unprofitable economically.
This sounds awful, and terribly short-sighted of the government. Hopefully it will change in the future – Spain has a lot of wind energy to harness.
For more information, see the Bornay site.