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An independent engineer working with Siemens Gamesa, who asked not to be named as they are authorized to speak publicly, said the German company will have built a prototype megaturbine by next year. Another engineer, who works with several big turbine makers, said designs had almost been completed across the sector and the process of producing prototypes was about to start.
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German turbine maker Senvion said it was developing megaturbines of over 65 MW. While the machines are still in the design stage, it said it was already offering them for future use to wind farm operators.
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Denmark's state research institute DTU Wind Energy, which has propelled much of the innovation in wind power, is working on keeping down the weight of these super-long blades by bumping up the carbon fiber content. They have designed blade features similar to the flaps on airplane wings to control and reduce load variations so turbulence does not break the blades.
While we have no love for coal and do not have any interest in energy corporations, we would have to argue that the high cost of wind power generation is anything but a good bet for Wisconsin ratepayers and taxpayers.
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Warren Buffett's energy company MidAmerican Energy Holdings will build 676 turbines in Iowa by the end of the year, an investment that will push its wind power capacity to 7,789 megawatts , the most of any investor-owned . utility.
MidAmerican Energy's renewable energy of choice has traditionally been wind. The company began investing and building wind-generation projects eight years ago. Once these latest projects are complete, the power company will have invested about $9 billion in wind power in Iowa.
There are challenges on the technical front to create monumentally tall towers and light, slender blades that can withstand the strain of gale-force winds.
The countries that form the hub of the European offshore wind industry – Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands and Britain – are looking to gradually phase out the handouts over the next decade. This will end a crucial source of revenue for operators in tenders concluded as recently as 7569, subsidies still accounted for around half of European wind projects' income.