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Wind Energy Applications

  • Fabrication solutions for the wind energy industry

    Modern wind turbines include a variety of components from BRÜCK. Our products are found in the power transmission in the form of bearings, flanges, gear and generator parts as well as in the pitch and gondola housing. Due to our vast depth in manufacturing and the enormous production capacity, we can cover the usual in the wind power industry requirements and high demands in the situation. Many global players in the wind energy sector benefit from BRÜCK proposed solutions for structural design of...

    By BRÜCK GmbH based in Saarbrücken-Ensheim, GERMANY.

  • Utility-Scale Power Plants

    As is the case in many countries, utility-scale power plants that produce renewable energy at the megawatt level are eligible to receive the Turkish government’s support via financial incentives. These power plants, whose operating costs are much lower than those of conventional power plants, can sell renewable power to electricity distribution companies at a government-guaranteed price over a fixed period of time. Companies or individuals can invest in and develop both licensed and unlicensed renewable energy...

    By Eko Renewable Energy Inc. (EkoRE) based in Istanbul, TURKEY.

  • Plate and Angle Roll and Automatic Rolling Systems for Wind Power

    DAVI 4 roll along with our exclusive “High Productivity Package” is the most widely purchased system by top wind tower manufacturers to produce their wind tower cylinders and cones, in semi-automatic mode, in as short as 10-15 minutes only, with one only operator.

    By DAVI - Promau Group based in Cesena, ITALY.

  • Hydrokinetic Turbines for Energy efficiency management

    Predictable and reliable, hydrokinetic energy is a promising lever for the energy transition. HydroQuest has studied opportunities for hydrokinetic turbine development since 2010. Our ambition is to become a global reference in the development of innovative technology to harness hydrokinetic resources. This is a new alternative energy supply as promoted by the Energy Transition law to encourage renewable growth.

    By HydroQuest SAS based in Meylan, FRANCE.

  • Photovoltaic power solutions for the wind power case sector

    Photovoltaic power solutions for the wind power case sector.

    By Anhui Leiton Electric Technology Co., Ltd. based in Hefei, CHINA.

  • Hydrogen gas solutions for grid balancing sector

    Decarbonising the production of hydrogen, enabling a green transport fuel for trains. The ongoing trend to deploy more renewable power sources is a positive step towards reducing dependency on fossil fuels, but it causes some big issues for electricity grid operators. Balancing the grid is becoming more challenging, because renewables are increasing the temporal mismatch between supply and demand on all timescales. Conventional grid balancing techniques cause CO2 emissions (ramping up a gas or coal power plant),...

    By ITM Power based in Sheffield, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Software Solution for Renewable Energy

    Protect crews and assets from dangerous lighting and wind risks with our suite of wind solutions from DTN. Real-time visuals, GPS alerts, and reports for adverse weather headed your way keep your wind farm operating safely and at max capacity.

    By WeatherOps powered by DTN based in Minneapolis, MINNESOTA (USA).

  • Wind Turbines for Transportation & Rail

    Superwind is trusted and recommended equipment on many of the world’s railroads, airports, autobahns and port supply centers. As the world routes more people and cargo to destinations the utility grid cannot reach, superwind will help bridge the gap for sites with consistent wind by generating reliable electrical power. Our completely autonomous and very low maintenance wind turbines are a perfect fit for hard to reach places on busy highways or at distant rail crossings. With proper installation, a Superwind...

    By Superwind GmbH based in Brühl, GERMANY.

  • Wind Turbines for Safety & Security

    Superwind turbines have been powering seismic and tsunami detectors as well as lighthouses for well over a decade. In that time we have also powered campus security systems, pipeline sensors systems, automatic gates, and a wide assortment of the world’s audio and video camera & surveillance systems – Fire watch stations and Ski Resort Rescue shelters, for example. We even power remote public ‘safety zone’ lighting and emergency call boxes. We are also pleased that our equipment has...

    By Superwind GmbH based in Brühl, GERMANY.

  • Wind Turbines for Meteorological Support & Sensors

    The world’s weather patterns are shifting dramatically and storm and severe weather prediction is becoming more important than ever. Very often the best weather prediction sources are those with more sensors and communications assets in the most distant or obscure places – meaning mostly ‘off-grid’. On land or at sea, superwind turbines are powering meteorological sensors, weather monitoring and data transmission equipment – and doing so reliably, and despite the weather! Scientists...

    By Superwind GmbH based in Brühl, GERMANY.

  • Wind Turbines for Sailing Vessels & Marine Environment

    There are very few points on Earth were “grid’ Utility Power is available at sea. And with 71% of the world covered by water, we knew the Superwind turbine must be designed and manufactured to work in this environment – perhaps here more than any other. While our turbines have NOT be constructed to be submarines, they have been extremely marine hardened to include special saltwater corrosion resistant aluminum components, stainless steel axles and drive shaft, water-resistant sealed bearings and...

    By Superwind GmbH based in Brühl, GERMANY.

  • Engineering services for wind energy industry

    We offer expertise in the wind industry with experience at all scales of wind energy from micro turbines to offshore systems. As active members of the industry, we are represented on RenewableUK Standards Groups, IEC technical working groups and MCS working groups, developing standards and certification requirements for the industry.

    By Energy Technology Centre Ltd based in East Kilbride, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Small steam turbines solutions for micro CHP sector

    Alternative electricity generation with low CO2 impact is almost exclusively associated with solar and wind energy. Both energy sources have the disadvantage that supply is completely independent of demand. The low carbon energy landscape will alter greatly with the introduction of small scale (micro) CHP systems. These systems can kick-in when solar and wind are not adequate. Micro-CHP is the real on-demand, high efficiency, low carbon building block that will be the ideal supplement for wind and solar.

    By Green Turbine BV based in De Bilt, NETHERLANDS.

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