The multi-stage drone system developed by the Deutsche Windtechnik Inspection Body for inspecting rotor blades and lightning protection systems has successfully passed validation during a conformity assessment conducted by Tüv Nord.
GE Vernova’s Haliade-X offshore wind platform included offerings available from 12 MW to 18 MW with estimated capacity factors ranging from 60% to 64%. Going forward, the company expects to focus its offshore wind business around the Haliade-X 15.5 MW-250.
DNV has run a pilot that uses a new digital service to increase the sustainability of wind turbine decommissioning. ReWind automatically generates a decommissioning plan, such as where and how the blades can be recycled, based on data provided by the user.
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