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Nordex SE is extending its Generation Delta turbine platform, which the company launched this spring, with the addition of a turbine for light-wind locations.

The company says its N131/3000 is specially designed for IEC-3 locations and features rotor blades measuring 64.4 meters in length. Nordex is offering the N131/3000 on tubular steel towers with a hub height of 99 and 114 meters for international markets. The target markets for the N131/3000 are central Europe, Scandinavia, Turkey and selected regions in Africa and the Americas.

Nordex says the first light-wind N131/3000 turbine is to be installed in the fourth quarter of 2014. Series production of the turbine is scheduled for 2015.





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