Wind turbines

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Wind turbines
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Gamesa 5.0 MW platform demostrates that Gamesa has the knowledge, experience, and resources needed to develop wind turbines capable of extracting maximum power from the wind.

Gamesa 5.0 MW platform’s...

The track record built up coupled with deep knowledge of current market demands has enabled Gamesa to continue to add the finest technology developments to its 2.0-2.5 MW platform, bringing significant innovation in terms of design, product and performance.

The key characteristics of the Gamesa 2.0-2.5 MW platform are its robustness, stellar reliability and suitability for all...

Gamesa makes progress on its offshore strategy by developing its G128-5.0 MW Offshore and G132-5.0 MW Offshore wind turbine. Based on the proven technology validated in recent years in Gamesa 5.0 MW platform and the operating know-how and experience built up, the Gamesa Offshore wind turbines combine high reliability and optimal cost of...


The ECO 100 range of wind turbines offers high yield and leading efficiency accross all wind classes.Optimized...

Thanks to its 150-metre diameter rotor (with blades stretching 73.50 metre), the turbine is more efficient since its yield is 15% better than existing...


The V110-2.0 MW™ IEC IIIA is an extremely reliable turbine, which is documented through its strong availability and performance. This turbine allows you to increase productivity by opening up...

The V100-1.8/2.0 MW™ IEC S/IEC IIIA turbines allow you to increase productivity by opening up low- and medium-wind...

The V90-1.8/2.0 MW® IEC IIA/IIIA turbines build on proven technology over several generations ensuring great...

Built on the same proven technology as the V112-3.0 MW®, the V126-3.3 MW™ IEC IIIA is our best performer on low-wind...


Introducing the turbo Beetle.

InnoVentums turbo Beetle is designed to perform optimally in low wind speeds. Standing on the Dali XII wooden tower, the turbo Beetles...


High availability
Currently, the Siemens fleet of 2.3 MW wind turbines sets the industry standard for availability. The SWT-2.3-101 will build on the reputation for reliability that the market has come to expect from a Siemens turbine.
Harvest more energy from sites with low and medium wind speeds

Greater output from lower wind speeds
Since wind turbine technology was in its infancy, Siemens has been a major driver of innovation. And with its enhanced reliability and productivity in low to moderate wind speeds, the new SWT-2.3-108 is yet another example of the commitment to customers success.

The SWT-3.0-101 / SWT-3.2-101 is designed to cope with the highest of wind speeds and the roughest turbulence. Extreme wind conditions place tremendous loads on a turbine. The SWT-3.0-101 / SWT-3.2-101 is built to deliver reliable performance under the worlds harshest operating conditions.
The SWT-3.0-101 / SWT-3.2-101 utilizes...

Offering the largest rotor in the Siemens 3-MW family, the SWT-3.0-113 / SWT-3.2-113 is designed to increase energy output at sites with moderate wind conditions.
Once again the competitive edge of a Siemens turbine is based on innovative blade design. The B55 quantum blade applies new airfoils and redesigned tip and root sections, resulting in maximum energy output...

Setting the scene in modern offshore wind power
The design of this wind turbine is based on its long-term experience in offshore wind power. With a swept area 26% larger than its predecessor, it makes a giant leap forward in respect to energy yield. In comparison to the SWT-4.0-120, the slightly lower capacity makes the SWT-3.6-120 a competitive...


The Rutland 504 is a super compact turbine that is great for using wind power for trickle charging....

The Rutland 504 e-furl is a great choice for wind power charging where portability is key. It’s...


At the heart of WindRail® is an electricity generating, wind turbine based on a so-called Banki design. The turbine entry area harnesses the wind flow near the facade edge and accelerates it by using the natural pressure differences between facade and roof. This wind speed is used to induce...


Rated power: 800 kW
Rotor diameter: 48 m
Hub height: 50 m / 55 m / 60 m / 76 m
Wind zone (DiBt): WZ III
Wind class (IEC): IEC/NVN IIA
Turbine concept: Gearless, variable speed, single blade adjustment
Type: Upwind rotor with active...

Rated power: 800 kW
Rotor diameter: 52.9 m
Hub height: 60 m / 73 m
Wind zone (DiBt): WZ II exp
Wind class (IEC): IEC/NVN Class S, (vav = 7.5 m/s, vext = 57 m/s)
Turbine concept: Gearless, variable speed, single blade adjustment
Type: ...

Rated power: 900 kW
Rotor diameter: 44 m
Hub height: 45 m / 55 m
Wind class (IEC): IEC/NVN IA
Turbine concept: Gearless, variable speed, single blade adjustment
Type: Upwind rotor with active pitch control

Rated power: 2,300 kW
Rotor diameter: 71 m
Hub height: 57 m / 64 m / 74 m / 85 m / 98 m / 113 m
Wind zone (DiBt): WZ III
Wind class (IEC): IEC/NVN IA und IEC/NVN IIA
Turbine concept: Gearless, variable speed, single blade adjustment
Type: ...

Rated power: 2,000 kW
Rotor diameter: 82 m
Hub height: 78 m / 85 m / 98 m / 108 m / 138 m
Wind zone (DiBt): WZ III
Wind class (IEC): IEC/NVN IIA
Turbine concept: Gearless, variable speed, single blade adjustment
Type: Upwind rotor with...


The Windspire V4.0 has 3 major components (turbine, generator, and Inverter / Converter) that offer a series of features which have been customized as a fully integrated system.

This solution enables the complete systems to be optimized for maximum efficiency and reliability. Some competitors may offer selected features; however, it is believed that there is no known competitor...


The WindCarrier from GILDEMEISTER energy solutions is a small wind turbine allowing you to generate power autonomously, efficiently and sustainably.
The special advantage of the WindCarrier is that its rotor design is based on the Darrieus principle, with a vertical axis, where...


For many areas across the UK including Orkney, Shetland, Cornwall and Devon - there is a grid connection standard, known as G83, which limits the amount of energy that can be exported to the grid....

Off-grid applications, which traditionally rely on diesel generators as the sole or main energy generation source, offer a huge opportunity for deployment of wind turbines and have great...


The N131/3000 is specially designed for light-wind locations (IEC-3). With its 3.0 MW installed capacity the increase in rated output amounts to 25 percent. Despite the substantial increase in...

The N117/3000 is designed for medium wind speeds (IEC-2)...

The N100/3300 is designed for strong wind speeds (IEC-1) and has a 32 percent greater nominal output compared with its predecessor. Yet, despite this...

The N117/2400 has been specially developed for low-wind sites. Thanks to a rotor diameter of 117 meters and a rotor sweep of 10,715 square meters, the N117/2400 is one of the most efficient IEC 3 turbines in its class. In typical low-wind regions, it will achieve over 3,500 full-load hours, thus...

The Nordex N100/2500 kW is a 2.5 MW wind turbine specially configured for moderate and low wind...


The AW-3000 wind turbine (3.0 MW capacity) extends the multi-megawatt sector and is based...

The AW-1500 wind turbine (1.5 MW capacity) ranks among the most reliable machines...


Making profitable and efficient windenergy accessible
As the high wind speed sites across the world become saturated the focus has shifted to providing efficient wind turbine solutions that operate at a lower wind spectrum. Suzlon's...

S88-2.1 MW is designed for a medium wind speed regime. Its wind turbine concept is based on a robust design with pitch regulated blade operation, a 3-stage...

The S82-1.5 MW has a well-suited ratio between rotor diameter and generator for most...

The S66-1.25 MW has a well-suited ratio of rotor diameter to generator for most sites...

The S52-600 kW has a well-suited ratio between rotor diameter and generator for most sites...


Design Data

Hub height
60 m
Rated power

Design Data

Hub height
61,5 / 65 / 80 m

Design Data

Hub height
61.5 / 65 / 80 m

Design Data

Hub height
65 / 80 m
Rated Power


The unique design of the ADES wind turbine includes three passive mechanical systems: a swivelling single-blade rotor, a pendulum...


With our innovative development of the „Hybrid Tower System Max Bögl“,...


Gearless and with permanent magnet technology instead of excitation power and gearbox losses. With an air-cooled generator and air-cooled VENSYS frequency converter for the most...

With a significant increase in performance and yet so compact. With a rotor diameter extended to 100, 109 and 112 meters for most high wind and low wind sites.

The VENSYS 2.5 MW platform is the solution for the multi-megawatt range....

The new VENSYS 3 MW platform is based on the proven technology of the successful 2.5 MW platform. With a rotor...


Rated power 2000 kW Certified, 2300 kW to be Certified
Rotor Diameter 82 m
IEC Class Ila
Turbine Concept Direct drive gearless, variable speed,...

Rated power 1500 kW
Rotor Diameter 93 m
IEC Class Ila
Turbine Concept Direct drive gearless,...

Durability starts with a quality product.
Lagerwey's newest generation of direct drive
turbines is ready for the future and is challen-
ging earlier concepts in many aspects.
Lagerwey's long experience and innovative
mind regarding direct drive technology has
resulted in an optimal next generation of multi
megawatt wind turbines. Reducing the number

Rated power 1500 kW
Rotor Diameter 100 m
IEC Class Ilia
Turbine Concept Direct drive...

Rated power 2500 kW
Rotor Diameter 100 m
IEC Class Ilia
Turbine Concept Direct drive...


How to choose this product


The wind turbine, mounted on a tower or pillar, transforms the wind's mechanical energy into electrical energy. The wind spins the turbine blades, rotating a shaft connected to a gearbox. The gears transmit increased rotational speed to a generator, which uses the electromagnetic principle to produce electricity.


These machines are often used to power telecommunications systems or isolated dwellings. They are frequently combined with photovoltaic panels in a complementary system of energy production. Turbines are increasingly used by individual households to reduce power expenditures and in wind farms to supply power to a grid.


Such devices require a minimum wind velocity to operate and can be damaged by very high winds. The system includes a regulator, an inverter and, in some cases, battery storage. Both vertical and horizontal axis versions exist.

How to choose

Choice will depend on the initial investment, currently about 1200 euros per kW of installed power, and the power demand to be placed on the system.


- Uses clean, renewable energy
- Does not produce greenhouse gases


- Wind-dependent

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