The component was manufactured for one of the 11 Bonus 450kW turbines that were first commissioned at Vindeby in 2001. It is minuscule in comparison with gearbox for the 8MW Adwen offshore turbine that Winergy showed for the first time at the WindEnergy Hamburg event last year. A former Vindeby service technician stopped by and recognised the gearboxThe Vindeby gearbox on Winergy's stand is exhibited in the state at which it came out of the turbine.
Superstorm Sandy was on the wane when it hit America's north-east coast in October 2012. But it still packed enough punch to close three nuclear reactors and force others to reduce their power output. At least one stayed offline for several weeks. Meanwhile, most of the 3.5GW of wind turbines in the path of the storm's sustained winds of 36m/s (130km/h) and gusts up to 43m/s along the coast, survived unscathed.
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Selecting a term
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