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Based on its newly developed WinDrive technology, Voith Turbo Wind is a finalist for the Innovation Prize in German Industry. The WinDrive was recognized as an innovative drive system for wind power plants and selected as one of the five finalists from the original 269 contestants. The company submitted the WinDrive in the start-up companies category.

The Innovation Prize in German Industry began in 1980. A panel of experts awards the prize each year to a company for its outstanding innovation. Companies that have developments and products that demonstrate significant advances over current technology have an opportunity to win.


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