Content Category: Products & Technologies
REpower Announces 3 MW Low-Wind Turbine For Canadian Market
on Tuesday October 08 2013 by NAW Staff
REpower Systems SE has launched its 3.0M122 wind turbine as a 60 Hz variant for the Canadian market. According to the company, the 3.0M122 is [read more]
Technostrobe Launches LIDS Technology For Wind Turbines
on Tuesday October 08 2013 by NAW Staff
Technostrobe has launched its LIDS (Lighting Intensity Dimming Solution) Technology for wind turbines. The company says the product, which stems from a development partnership with [read more]
WindSentinel Offshore Buoy To Utilize Sea Lion Protection Barrier
on Thursday October 03 2013 by NAW Staff
AXYS Technologies Inc., in conjunction with Sound and Sea Technology (SST), has developed a sea lion protection barrier system for the WindSentinel offshore wind resource [read more]
UpWind, SMART BLADE And 3M Partner On Blades Upgrades
on Wednesday October 02 2013 by NAW Staff
UpWind Solutions Inc., an operations and maintenance (O&M) independent service provider for the wind industry, along with SMART BLADE, a German engineering research company, have [read more]
Company Announces New Tech For Small Wind Turbines
on Wednesday September 25 2013 by NAW Staff
Windtech Inc., a Minnesota-based wind power generation equipment company, has announced exclusive rights to patented Zero Contact Transmission (ZCT) drive technology for small wind (<250 [read more]
Vestas Completes 80-Meter Blade For Offshore Wind Prototype
on Tuesday September 10 2013 by NAW Staff
Vestas has produced the first prototype 80-meter blade for the V164-8.0 MW offshore wind turbine at its R&D center on the Isle of Wight, U.K. [read more]
Three N.Y. Wind Farms To Receive Climb Assist Systems
on Friday September 06 2013 by NAW Staff
Power Climber Wind, a division of SafeWorks, will provide climb assist systems for three New York wind farms. Power Climber Wind will install its IBEX [read more]
Sakor Technologies Makes Testing Product Available For Wind Applications
on Thursday September 05 2013 by NAW Staff
Sakor Technologies, a provider of instrumentation products for dynamometer testing, says its dynamometer system is available for testing wind power applications. Sakor says its Accudyne [read more]
Narec To Test Samsung's 7 MW Offshore Wind Turbine Prototype
on Friday August 23 2013 by NA Windpower
Samsung's prototype 7 MW offshore wind turbine was delivered this week to the National Renewable Energy Centre's (Narec) new test facilities in Blyth, Northumberland, U.K. [read more]
SD Myers Introduces SampleSafe System For Wind Farms
on Friday August 23 2013 by NA Windpower
Tallmadge, Ohio-based SD Myers Inc. has recently introduced the SampleSafe system for installation on cabinet-style wind farm transformers. Designed to allow safe sampling of the [read more]
Vestas Powers Up Wind Industry's Largest Test Bench
on Monday August 19 2013 by NA Windpower
Vestas has begun operation of what it says is the wind industry's biggest test bench at its global testing center in Aarhus, Denmark. According to [read more]
GE, Sandia National Lab Work Toward Quieter, More Productive Wind Turbines
on Thursday August 15 2013 by NAW Staff
GE Global Research and Sandia National Laboratories have research that could significantly impact the design of future wind turbine blades. Using high-performance computing to perform [read more]
UpWind Provides Drivetrain Monitoring Solutions For Alaskan Wind Farm
on Wednesday August 14 2013 by NAW Staff
The owners of Alaska's Fire Island Wind Farm have selected UpWind Solutions to monitor the wind farm's drivetrains. The 17.6 MW wind farm, owned and [read more]
New Nordex Turbines Receive Certification; First Units Installed
on Monday August 12 2013 by NA Windpower
Nordex reports that its N117/3000 and N100/3300 Generation Delta turbines have received all design evaluation certificates in accordance with the IEC standard Design Evaluation Conformity [read more]
New IBM Weather-Modeling Technology Aims To Increase Reliability From Renewables
on Thursday August 08 2013 by NAW Staff
IBM says its power- and weather-modeling technology can help utilities increase the reliability of renewable energy resources, such as wind and solar. Using weather prediction [read more]
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