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ENERCON installs world's most powerful wind energy converter E-126/7.5 MW 2011.02.05

Magdeburg, Germany - January 27, 2011 - ENERCON has installed what is currently the world`s most powerful wind energy converter, an E-126/7.5 MW, at its site in Magdeburg-Rothensee in Germany.

Reinforcement steel in ENERCON circular foundation with foundation section for large tubular steel towers.
ENERCON has been setting new standards in technological design for more than 25 years now. With more than 16,000 wind turbines installed in over 30 countries, ENERCON is also recognized as one of the leading manufacturers at the international level. Research and development, as well as production and sales are constantly evolving.
Photo courtesy of ENERCON
 

Magdeburg, Germany - January 27, 2011

ENERCON has installed what is currently the world`s most powerful wind energy converter, an E-126/7.5 MW, at its site in Magdeburg-Rothensee in Germany.

Foundation reinforcement Work Here: E-126 WEC type.
Photo courtesy of ENERCON
 
The plant is operated by
ENERCON Windpark GmbH und Co. KG.

Stator assembly for the E-126
Photo courtesy of ENERCON
 
Local utility company Städtische Werke Magdeburg GmbH (SWM Magdeburg) is acquiring a 24% share to become a minority partner in this operating company.

ENERCON Managing Director Aloys Wobben
Photo courtesy of ENERCON
 
"The E-126 shows that wind energy converters have now reached the size of power plants. The expected yield of 14 million kWh from a single plant can provide about 15,000 people in Magdeburg with green electricity," said ENERCON Managing Director Aloys Wobben ahead of the event.
"We are therefore extremely interested in seeing Städtische Werke Magdeburg realise their plan for the introduction of a serial green electricity rate. It looks very promising."

ENERCON has installed what is currently the world`s most powerful wind energy converter, an E-126/7.5 MW, at its site in Magdeburg-Rothensee in Germany. The plant is operated by ENERCON Windpark GmbH und Co. KG.
Photo courtesy of ENERCON
 
Says Helmut Herdt, management spokesperson of SWM Magdeburg:
"The partnership with ENERCON Windpark GmbH & Co. KG is a continuation of our `Magdeburg`s Natural Talents` product campaign which we started last year in April and which included a cooperation with ENERCON. The intended cooperation of Städtische Werke Magdeburg with ENERCON as partners in the new operating company fits into our strategy for enhancing the framework conditions from power generation to marketing."

Thomas Pleye, State Secretary of the Economy for the state of Saxony-Anhalt.
Photo courtesy of the state of Saxony-Anhalt.
 
"The state of Saxony-Anhalt is among the top 5 in the current renewable energies ranking published by the German Institute for Economic Research. Companies like ENERCON help secure Germany´s technology leadership in the development and production of cutting-edge power facilities and set new standards - right here at the Magdeburg site. By putting the E-126 wind energy converter in Magdeburg-Rothensee into service, we live up to our reputation of being the renewable energies state,"
said Thomas Pleye, State Secretary of the Economy for the state of Saxony-Anhalt.

ENERCON has installed what is currently the world`s most powerful wind energy converter, an E-126/7.5 MW, at its site in Magdeburg-Rothensee in Germany. The plant is operated by ENERCON Windpark GmbH und Co. KG.
Photo courtesy of ENERCON
 
On the occasion of today`s inauguration, a project agreement is concluded between ENERCON, SWM Magdeburg, and port logistics company Magdeburger Hafen GmbH.

ENERCON has installed what is currently the world`s most powerful wind energy converter, an E-126/7.5 MW, at its site in Magdeburg-Rothensee in Germany. The plant is operated by ENERCON Windpark GmbH und Co. KG.
Photo courtesy of ENERCON
 
The goal is to develop the first hinterland port of Magdeburg into a "GREENPORT".

ENERCON has installed what is currently the world`s most powerful wind energy converter, an E-126/7.5 MW, at its site in Magdeburg-Rothensee in Germany. The plant is operated by ENERCON Windpark GmbH und Co. KG.
Photo courtesy of ENERCON
 
There is no other inland port where the production of renewable energy and the port activities are so closely interlinked, both geographically and logistically.

ENERCON has installed what is currently the world`s most powerful wind energy converter, an E-126/7.5 MW, at its site in Magdeburg-Rothensee in Germany. The plant is operated by ENERCON Windpark GmbH und Co. KG.
Photo courtesy of ENERCON
 
Städtische Werke Magdeburg
plans to use this opportunity to expand its role as innovative pioneer in providing Magdeburg with environmentally friendly energies.

E-126 / 7,500 KW
Photo courtesy of ENERCON
 
ENERCON
makes use of the availability of environmentally friendly shipping for its wind energy converters, the manufacturing of which secures several thousand jobs in Magdeburg and Saxony-Anhalt.

E-126 / 7,500 KW
Courtesy of ENERCON
 
The signing of the agreement involves the following project plans in particular
:

• Power supply for the riverboats from ENERCON`s reference wind energy converter erected in the immediate vicinity of the harbour

• Use of a hybrid locomotive for shunting and transport services on the harbour premises

• Primary power supply for the harbour`s operation sections with power from the new reference plant

• In addition, SWM Magdeburg intends to install and operate a power filling station for electric cars and vans in the immediate vicinity on the premises of Magdeburger Hafen GmbH


Remote Motoring – The ENERCON SCADA System.
Courtesy of ENERCON
 
Said Mr. Ehrhardt from Magdeburger Hafen GmbH:
"As our state capital Magdeburg is becoming research and manufacturing hub for renewable energies, Magdeburger Hafen GmbH integrates environmental protection into its business strategy by drawing on a sustainable power supply to the harbour from renewable energies, and by reducing the dust and noise pollution caused by transport services. Thus Magdeburg`s port takes an important step towards achieving sustainability in the area of transport and logistics and extends the enviromentally friendly transport chain from the `Green Capital` Hamburg into this central German economic region."

Control system. ENERCON wind turbines are equipped with state-of-the-art microelectronic control technology developed in-house. The MPU (main processing unit), the central element of ENERCON’s control system, constantly registers information from the peripheral control elements, such as the yaw control and active pitch control systems. Its function is to adjust the individual system parameters to ensure that ENERCON wind turbines achieve maximum output under all weather conditions.
Courtesy of ENERCON
 

SOURCE: ENERCON

http://www.enercon.de/en-en/1212.htm  


Technical specifications E-126


Rated power: 7,500 kW

Rotor diameter: 127 m

Hub height: 135 m

Wind zone (DIBt): WZ III

Wind class (IEC): IEC/NVN IA


WEC concept:

Gearless, variable speed
Single blade adjustment

Wind sensor on an ENERCON wind turbine.
Courtesy of ENERCON
 

Rotor

Type: Upwind rotor with active pitch control

Rotational direction: Clockwise

No. of blades: 3

Swept area: 12,668 m2

Blade material:
GRP (epoxy resin) / GRP;
GRP (epoxy resin) / steel;
Built-in lightning protection

Rotational speed: Variable, 5 – 11.7 rpm

Pitch control:
ENERCON single blade pitch system;
one independent pitch system per rotor blade with allocated emergency supply

Service management. It is the mission of the ENERCON Service organisation to secure and maintain the operational readiness of all ENERCON wind energy converters. In accordance with the company’s commitment to “speedy service through local presence”, more than 2,500 employees worldwide provide fast turnaround for wind turbine maintenance and servicing. This means short travel distances for technicians and ensures a high degree of technical availability of all ENERCON turbines: More than 98.5 % in recent years.
Courtesy of ENERCON
 

Drive train with generator

Hub: Rigid

Main bearing: Single-row tapered roller bearing

Generator: ENERCON direct-drive annular generator


Grid feed:

ENERCON inverter


Brake systems:

– 3 independent pitch control systems with emergency power supply
– Rotor brake


Yaw system:

Active via yaw gear, load-dependent damping


Cut-out wind speed:

28 – 34 m/s (with ENERCON storm control)


Remote monitoring:

ENERCON SCADA

E-126 at Rysumer Nacken near Emden.
Photo courtesy of ENERCON
 

SOURCE: ENERCON

http://www.enercon.de/p/downloads/EN_Productoverview_0710.pdf  



About ENERCON


ENERCON began its road to economical / ecological success when graduate engineer Aloys Wobben founded the company in 1984.
A small team of engineers developed the first E-15 / 16 wind turbine with a rated power of 55 kW. To start with, ENERCON systems still featured gearboxes.

 
 
However in 1992, the changeover to gearless technology came about with the first ENERCON E-40 / 500 kW.
This innovative drive system with few rotating components ensures nearly friction-free energy flow providing outstanding performance and reliability.
Mechanical stress, operating and maintenance costs are reduced, and the system’s service life is increased.

Drive system manufacturing in Magdeburg.
Photo courtesy of ENERCON
 
Today, all ENERCON wind energy converters are based on the company’s tried and tested turbine concept
.

Generator manufacturing in Magdeburg.
Photo courtesy of ENERCON
 
Over the past years, new system generations have evolved through constant sophistication of existing components, providing customers with state-of-the-art products.

Rotor blade manufacturing in Magdeburg.
Photo courtesy of ENERCON
 
One example of the latest technological innovation is the new rotor blade geometry introduced in 2004.

Service Info Portal (SIP)
Courtesy of ENERCON
 
It significantly increases revenue, minimises noise emission while considerably reducing load impact on the wind energy converter.

Service management. It is the mission of the ENERCON Service organisation to secure and maintain the operational readiness of all ENERCON wind energy converters. In accordance with the company’s commitment to “speedy service through local presence”, more than 2,500 employees worldwide provide fast turnaround for wind turbine maintenance and servicing. This means short travel distances for technicians and ensures a high degree of technical availability of all ENERCON turbines: More than 98.5 % in recent years.
Courtesy of ENERCON
 
All ENERCON systems feature a grid connection system which fulfils current grid connection requirements and can thus be easily integrated in any supply and distribution structure.

Service management. It is the mission of the ENERCON Service organisation to secure and maintain the operational readiness of all ENERCON wind energy converters. In accordance with the company’s commitment to “speedy service through local presence”, more than 2,500 employees worldwide provide fast turnaround for wind turbine maintenance and servicing. This means short travel distances for technicians and ensures a high degree of technical availability of all ENERCON turbines: More than 98.5 % in recent years.
Courtesy of ENERCON
 
ENERCON’s concept
not only offers solutions for normal operation such as reactive power management and voltage control but also for critical situations resulting from network short-circuits or bottlenecks.

Since then ENERCON has been setting new standards in technological design for more than 25 years now.

With more than 17,000 wind turbines installed in over 30 countries, ENERCON is also recognized as one of the leading manufacturers at the international level.

Technical specifications
Courtesy of ENERCON
 
Research and development, as well as production and sales are constantly evolving.

The company’s objective for 2010 is an export share of more than 60 %, gradually increasing over the years to come.


Chronology

1984
ENERCON GmbH founded by Aloys Wobben
Development of first ENERCON wind turbine E-15/16 (55 kW)

1988
Development and installation of E-17/80 kW and E-32/100 kW

1991
Completion of first own production facility

1993
Launch of E-40/500 kW series: first gearless WEC
Construction of first rotor blade production facility (AERO)

1995
Installation of E-66/1.5 MW prototype

1996
Purchase of production site in Sorocaba

1998
Acquisition of SKET Maschinen und Anlagenbau GmbH, Magdeburg
Development of E-66 production site in Magdeburg

2000
German Environmental Award presented to company owner Aloys Wobben
Development of WEC Turmbau GmbH in Magdeburg
Takeover of steel manufacturer Kockums Industrier AB, Malmö, establishment of EWP Windtower Production

2001
Founding of a new wind turbine production facility in Magdeburg-Rothensee

2002
Set-up of new rotor blade production facility in Turkey
Commissioning of E-112 prototype in Egeln near Magdeburg

2003
Launch of serial production of E-112 rotor blades in Magdeburg, Germany

2004
Installation of two E-112 turbines in Wybelsumer Polder near Emden and nearshore E-112 in the Ems River

2005
Construction of a concrete tower production facility (WEC Turmbau) in Emden
Expansion of worldwide production area to 380,000 m²
Enhancement of E-112 to 6 MW wind turbine
Commissioning of E-82/2 MW prototype

2006
Commissioning of E-20/100 kW and E-53/800 kW prototypes
Advancement of E-112 to E-126 MW wind turbine
Further development of the wind turbine E-112 to E-126

2007
New headquarters building in Aurich
Completion of prototypes E-126
Launch of construction of production sites in Viana do Castelo (Portugal)

2008
Christening of "E-Ship 1" in Kiel
Aloys Wobben receives Rudolf Diesel medal
Launch of rotor blade and tower production in Viana do Castelo

2009
Inauguration of mechatronic and blade production factories in Viano do Castelo (Portugal)
Commissioning of ENERCON hydropower plant in Raguhn / Saxony Anhalt
Inauguration of new WEC Turmbau production site in Magdeburg

2010
Inauguration of Europe`s most modern foundry (Gusszentrum Ostfriesland GZO)
Expansion of product range E-82/2.3 MW, E-82/3 MW and the E-101/3 MW
Maiden voyage of E-Ship 1


Courtesy of ENERCON
 

Contact sales offices

ENERCON GmbH - Sales international
Otto-Lilienthal-Str. 25
D-28199 Bremen, Germany
Phone: +49 421 / 2441510, Fax: +49 421 / 2441539
Email: sales.international@enercon.de

ENERCON GmbH - Sales national (Germany)
Dreekamp 5
D-26605 Aurich, Germany
Phone: +49 4941 / 927667, Fax: +49 4941 / 927669
Email: vertrieb@enercon.de

ENERCON GmbH - Sales international (Eastern Europe)
August-Bebel-Damm 20-30
39126 Magdeburg, Germany
Phone: +49 391 / 24460230, Fax: +49 391 24460231
Email: vertrieb@enercon.de

ENERCON Energy Converter AB
Stenåldersgatan 19
21376 Malmö - Sweden
Phone: +46 / 40 / 143580, Fax: +46 / 40 / 222420
Email: scandinavia@enercon.de

ENERCON GmbH - Portugal
Parque Empresarial de Lanheses
Estrada do Engenho, nº 320
4925 - 432 Lanheses - Portugal
Phone +351 / 258 / 803168, Fax: +351 / 258 / 803509
Email: sales.portugal@enercon.de

ENERCON Greek Branch
20, Pentelis Ave.
152 35 Vrilissia, Athens - Greece
Phone: +30 / 210 / 6838490, Fax: +30 / 210 / 6838489
Email: sales.hellas@enercon.de

ENERCON Benelux B.V.
Paxtonstraat 1a
8013 RP Zwolle - The Netherlands
Phone: +31 / 38 / 4228282, Fax: +31 / 38 / 4228010
Email: sales.benelux@enercon.de

ENERCON Rüzgar Enerji Santrali Kurulum Hizmetleri Ltd. Sti. - Istanbul Branch
Atilla Ilhan Caddesi No: 22 Kat: B2
TR-34750 Atasehir/Istanbul - Turkey
Phone: +90 / 216 / 5770757, Fax: +90 / 216 / 5777192
Email: arif.guenyar@enercon.de

ENERCON Italy
Via Luciano Manara 5
00044 Frascati ROMA - Italy
Phone: +39 / 06 / 9401691, Fax: +39 / 06 / 940169299
Email: info@enerconitalia.it

ENERCON GmbH Sucursal en España
Ronda de Auguste y Louis Lumière 23 Edificio 21 A
Parque Tecnológico
ES 46980 Paterna (Valencia)
Phone: +34 / 96 1824556, Fax: +34 / 96 1824570
Email: enercon.spain@enercon.de

Wobben Windpower Lda.
Av. Fernando Stecca n° 100
CEP: 18087-149
Sorocaba, SP – Brazil
Phone: +49 55 / 15 / 21011700, Fax: +55 / 15 / 21011701
Email: wwp@wobben.com.br

ENERCON GmbH
Hauptstr. 19
2120 Wolkersdorf - Austria
Phone: +43 / 2245 / 82828, Fax: 0043 / 2245 / 82838
Email: office@enercon.at

Wobben Windpower Argentina S.R.L.
Juramento 2089 Office: 309
C1428DNG Buenos Aires - Argentina
Phone: +54 / 11 / 47888686, Fax: +54 / 11 / 47888686
Email: windpower@ciudad.com.ar

ENERCON GmbH
1, rue des longues rayes
ZAC des longues rayes
60610 La Croix St Ouen - France
Phone: +33 / 34 / 4836720, Fax: +33 / 34 / 4836729
Email: info-france@enercon.de

ENERCON Canada Inc.
1000, rue de La Gauchetière ouest
Bureau 2310
H3B 4W5 Montréal, Québec - Canada
Phone: +1 / 514 / 3637266
Email: sales.canada@enercon.de

ENERCON Services Belgium BVBA
Heldenplein 7a
3945 Ham - Belgium
Phone: +32 / 11 / 340170 , Fax: +32 / 11 / 340179
Email: bernhard.fink@enercon.de

For UK and Ireland:
ENERCON GmbH
Dreekamp 5
26605 Aurich - Germany
Phone: +49 / 4941 / 9270, Fax: +49 / 4941 / 927109
Email: sales.uk@enercon.de

For Japan, Taiwan and the Baltic States:
ENERCON GmbH
Bredkær Parkvej 62
8250 Egaa - Denmark
Phone: +45 / 87 / 430388, Fax: +45 / 87 / 430344
Email: joern.kristensen@enercon.de


SOURCE: ENERCON

http://www.enercon.de/en-en/82.htm  

http://www.enercon.de/en-en/83.htm  

http://www.enercon.de/en-en/277.htm  



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