Trending Developments in Wind Turbine Technology and the Future of Wind Energy

Researchers in the industry are working to develop better turbine technology, such as higher efficiency generators and more reliable blades to minimize energy and manufacturing costs.

The wind industry needs to invest in ageing fleets to avoid a steep decline in output and increased risk of catastrophic failure - ONYX InSight

As the industry takes an increasingly optimistic view of turbine life, there needs to be a more proactive approach to mitigating the risks of catastrophic failure and a decline in energy production.

GE Announces Haliade-X, the World's Most Powerful Offshore Wind Turbine

Featuring a 12 MW direct drive generator and an industry leading gross capacity factor of 63 percent, the Haliade-X will produce 45 percent more energy than any other offshore turbine available today.

The Importance of Fuel Flexibility

Many companies dont realize that they can generate their own power on-site and in a cleaner and more cost-effective way.

ALTER EOLIA - Stackable Mini Wind Turbines

They can be installed on building roofs or stack at variable heights without a mast and without foundation. They are 100% removable, 100% silent, 100% recyclable and maintenance free.

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STI Norland - First dual-row tracker in the market

STI Norland - First dual-row tracker in the market

Developed in 2017, the STI-H250™ is consists of two linked torsion beams that rotate simultaneously following the sun's path. They are moved by just one motor, cutting supply and maintenance costs. STI-H250™ dual-row tracker includes backtracking mode to avoid shadowing between adjacent rows and stow function to protect the tracker in extreme wind conditions. For cleaning, vehicles can pass between trackers and each row can be placed in a different position.