New stall-regulated wind turbine with 1.3 MW

Ostseebad Rerik, (PresseBox) - W2E has developed a new stall-regulated wind turbine with a nominal power of 1.3 MW and with rotor diameters from 54 m to 62 m. This turbine was designed according to newest design criteria and with long lasting experiences of the W2E team. The gearbox loads were much reduced by the given compact drive train. The complete drive train is connected to the main frame through elastomer elements to reduce vibration and sound level.

W2E Wind To Energy GmbH

W2E Wind to Energy GmbH (W2E) develops multi-megawatt class wind power plants. That is, W2E’s specialty is in conceptually designing and developing entire wind turbine systems. W2E select suitable rotor blades, optimize control strategies and specify the design of an appropriate pitch system, drive train, energy conversion system, tower and foundation. Additionally, W2E service includes fully certifying, operating and comprehensively testing the prototype of each new development.

The result of the highly specialized design is offered to international customers as licenses. W2E deliver this product as a comprehensive set of documents which enable the licencee to manufacture, install, commission and maintain the wind power plant. Documentation comprises all calculations, proofs, certificates, part lists, specifications, descriptions and drawings, including training documents. All of our documentation complies with an established quality-assurance system.

W2E Wind to Energy GmbH was founded in May in 2003. The number of employees increased from 7 to 30. A subsidiary was established in canada. W2E has customer relationsships to german, chinese, indian, korean and american companies. The product portfolio offers turbine plattforms for 1.3 MW, 2.0 MW, 2.5 MW and 3.0 MW.

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