Under the brand name Nordex and Acciona Windpower we offer powerful wind turbines for nearly all geographical regions across the globe.
With the serially-produced multi-megawatt wind turbines of Generation Gamma Nordex N90/2500, N100/2500 and N117/2400, Nordex is able to offer high-efficiency wind turbines for onshore use. Since 2013, Nordex offers the Delta Generation with the N100/3300, the N117/3000, and the N131/3000 for strong, medium and light wind sites.
The turbines of the brand AW from Acciona Windpower have operated successfully in a variety of climates and markets across the globe. From initial designs in 1999 to a complete product line today, ranging from 1.5 MW to 3 MW with multiple rotor and tower combinations, we have a robust experience base reflected in growth of sales and product evolutions that are proven in the marketplace.
As developers and manufacturers of wind turbines, we concentrate on our core competencies. In addition to the overall technical design, our know-how also lies in the development of rotor blades with a length of more than 64 metres and in the integrated electrical and control technology for wind turbines.
These are the driving factors behind the development of more efficient and thus, more economical machines in order to reduce the cost of energy – which is to the advantage of the environment and of our customers.
Costs have fallen in the latest French onshore wind tender with a total of 22 projects totaling 508 megawatts being awarded at an average winning price of €65 MW/h, according to results published by the French Government.
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