The Nordex Group has launched a new 140-meter rotor option for its AW3000 wind turbine platform that delivers lower cost of energy for lighter-wind sites.
WKN AG, a leading developer of wind energy farms based in Husum, Germany, sold the Swedish wind project Laxaskogen to a German private investment group at the end of September.
Due to state-of-the-art technology, it is no longer necessary to equip large advanced wind power plants with permanently flashing lights to warn approaching air planes.
In February this year the Nordex Group installed a 3 MW turbine on a 134 metre tubular steel tower in a test field operated by windtest grevenbroich gmbh for GP Joule, a project developer.
After a phase 1 project successfully delivered in 2016, MeteoPole Zephy-Science’s revolutionary ZephyCloud platform has been awarded by the European Commission under the framework of Horizon 2020 Program with an additional phase 2 grant of €1.3 million for its ambitious 2-year R&D program.
At a seminar hosted by Leosphere at the Offshore Wind Conference 2017, top wind measurement experts explained that years of successful LiDAR validation campaigns and strong competitiveness have led industry leaders to choose this technology over met masts for offshore wind feasibility studies as well as power curve verification tests.
Acciona Energia ordering a further 22 turbines