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  • News - 10 Mar 2010
    ABB offers synchronous wind turbine generators. These generators incorporate the permanent magnet technology and have been designed for medium speed, high speed and direct drive applications....
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    Ryse Energy is a primary manufacturer of our wind turbine range of technologies from 3 – 60 kW capacity per unit with manufacturing in the UK, and our portfolio of wind technology is the most...
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    AVANTIS Energy Group is developer and producer of wind turbine generators (WTG) and focuses on modern and energy-efficient turbine design and economical manufacturing. The distinctive characteristic...
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    Aerzen are one of the leading suppliers of twin-shaft positive displacement machines worldwide. Aerzener Maschinenfabrik GmbH is an industry leading positive displacement blower, screw compressor and...
  • Article - 30 Sep 2009
    Most wind turbines that you see used today are of the horizontal axis type consisting of a rotor and generator mounted on a mast or tower. Typically rotors have two or three blades. Turbines can be...
  • News - 15 Feb 2010
    Americas Wind Energy manufactures the AWE 52-750 wind turbine that is a 750kW model. This direct drive wind turbine features an up wind rotor. The rotor of the wind turbine consists of three blades....
  • News - 18 May 2010
    WES Canada provides the WES18 a midsized wind turbine. This wind turbine incorporates a two-bladed rotor with passive pitch, an OGBT converter and a synchronous generator. The rotor of this wind...
  • News - 15 Feb 2010
    AAER Systems manufactures different models of wind turbines that include the A-1000S, A-1500, 1-1650 and A-2000. The A-2000 wind turbine is a horizontal axis type that comprises three blades. It can...
  • News - 30 Jun 2010
    Windflow Technology offers the Windflow 500 wind turbine. This wind turbine incorporates a two-bladed rotor mounted on a hinge. This novel design allows the rotor to move unsteadily back and forth...
  • News - 28 Feb 2011
    Most of the current day wind turbines face a daunting task of maintaining the grid fed current at 50 or 60 hertz level. The current day wind turbines operate on variable speed and the speed changes in...
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