Vestas produces huge wind turbine blades

22/09/2011 00:47 Renewable


After producing successfully the first batch of 49-metre blades in China, Vestas Wind Technology, the Danish manufacturer, is ready to produce V100 2MW low-wind turbines.

The V100 is a low wind-speed turbine of 49-metre-long blades and a rotor of diameter of 100 meters, able to generate electricity even during lower wind. The V100 wind turbines were firstly introduced on the market at the beginning of 2011, aimed to meet increasing demand for wind power development facilities in areas of low level of wind. Vestas, a world leader in wind technology, installed the country's first wind turbines in east China's Shandong Province in 1986. Vestas has installed turbines generating nearly 3,000 MW of energy across the country, making it one of China's largest suppliers of wind turbines.

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