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Windtech International July August 2024 issue






The Front Cover

The RidgeBlade has been designed to produce electricity in a wide range of wind conditions (including low wind speeds) while maintaining a low visual impact. This makes it suitable for the majority of installation locations, including urban houses as well as environmentally sensitive sites such as National Parks and rural locations. See page 7 for the full article.

Publisher's Note

The Offshore Wind Business as a United Industry


A Roof-Ridge-Mounted Turbine
By Dean Gregory, Co-founder, The Power Collective Ltd, UK

Transient Wind Events and Their Effect on Drive-Train Loads
By Doug Herr, General Manager, AeroTorque Corp., USA

White-Etching Crack Bearing Failures
By Rob Budny, President, RBB Engineering, USA

Proving the Reliability of Medium-Sized Turbines
By Miguel Hoyos Irisarri, Technical Director, Norvento, Spain

View from Inside

Global Shift Towards Renewable Energy Requires a Broad Variety of Actors and a Synergy of All Renewables
By Stefan Gsänger, Secretary General, WWEA, Germany


Company News

Projects and Contracts

Product News

Industry News



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