Siemens Gamesa
May 13, 2021
CategoriesTurbinesWind Turbines

There is abundant wind power around us but have you ever thought, how these magnificent structures – the wind turbines work? If you have ever flown a kite or sailed a boat, you already know how strong the wind is. Harnessing wind power is an ancient concept- Windmills and wind turbines have been used to…

April 11, 2020
CategoriesWind Turbines

A wind turbine is a gadget creates electrical energy by changing the wind’s kinetic energy. Wind turbines are designed in an extensive variety of horizontal and vertical shaft. The littlest turbines are utilized for applications, for example, battery charging for caravans or boats or to supply power to traffic signals. Somewhat bigger turbines can be…

wind turbines
November 12, 2019
CategoriesWind Turbines

Wind power is currently the fastest-growing source of electricity production in the world with about a quarter of a million wind turbines operating around the globe in over 90 countries.   We now have an output of 336 GW (June 2014), with wind energy production at 4% of total worldwide electricity usage, and growing rapidly; this has prevented 518…

October 30, 2019
CategoriesWind Turbines

General Electric has installed its 1,500th wind turbine in Canada, bringing the vendor’s fleet capacity in the country to 2GW in four provinces – Alberta, Nova Scotia, Ontario and Quebec. The landmark turbine is a GE 1.6MW unit with a 100-meter rotor for China Longyuan Canada’s Dufferin wind farm, the developer’s first wind farm in North…

February 24, 2019
CategoriesGas TurbinesSteam TurbinesTurbinesWater TurbinesWind Turbines

Let’s take a look into the journey to the heart of Energy – The Turbine! The oxford dictionary describes a turbine as “A machine for producing continuous power in which a wheel or rotor, typically fitted with vanes, is made to revolve by a fast-moving flow of water, steam, gas, air, or other fluid.” In…

December 17, 2018
CategoriesWind Turbines

There are two types of wind turbines. One is Vertical axis wind turbines and the other is horizontal axis wind turbines. We know that there is enough wind globally to satisfy much, or even most, of humanity’s energy requirements – if it could be harvested effectively and on a large enough scale. Vertical Axis Wind Turbines Vertical axis wind turbines(VAWTs), which may be…