GE Introduces Wind Turbine for Low-Wind Sites
GE’s new 2.5-120 high-output wind turbine can be installed at low-wind-speed sites, capturing a 25 percent increase in efficiency and a 15 percent increase in power output compared to GE’s current model.
The turbine’s advanced controls enable its 120-meter rotor, resulting in increased energy capture and greater power output in low-wind areas. The taller tower, which has a maximum hub height of 139 meters, makes it ideal for heavily forested regions in places like Europe and Canada.
Analyzing tens of thousands of data points every second, the 2.5-120 integrates energy storage and advanced forecasting algorithms while communicating with neighboring turbines, service technicians and customers.
The first prototype of the 2.5-120 will be installed in the Netherlands next month. The 2.5-120 also minimizes sound emissions to meet the strictest noise requirements through advanced controls technology. In addition, the new wind turbine is optimized for IEC Wind Class III and DIBT WZ2 standards. The 2.5-120 is available for 50 and 60 Hz applications.
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