More than 30 years of experience
The rotor is the motor and we know it. Our expertise is based on a proven track record: approximately every fifth wind turbine in the world is fitted with LM Wind Power blades. It's safe to say we have mastered the art of blade design and manufacturing.
The blades are the motor in a wind turbine and they extract all the energy from the wind. Our products, with their superior technology and engineering, have been at the forefront of the wind industry for over three decades and contributed to making wind energy competitive compared to conventional power sources.
The most direct way to exert any decisive influence on the price of wind power is by increasing annual energy production. Our central ambition, which we share with our customers, is to deliver rotor solutions which enhance the performance of turbines, thereby continuously reducing the Cost of Energy.
We've shattered the length record!
Meet a record-breaker – the longest, most advanced, wind turbine blade in the world. The LM 88.4 P dwarves all its predecessors. There is no other blade like it.
1.5 MW - 2 MW
Optimized blade solutions are setting new standards for Cost of Energy. Using flexible building blocks, we find the optimal fit for your turbine.
2.5 MW - 3.3 MW
Based on modular technology featuring modular aerodynamics, modular structure and modular manufacturing tooling, we deliver customized blades in mixes of length and structure for 2.5-3.3 MW turbines and extend their life cycle into lower-wind regions.
5 MW - 6 MW
The complexities of the marine environment demand high-quality, reliable technologies which ensure predictable OPEX and overall business case certainty. LM Wind Power is a proven leader in this sector, as the first company to install offshore blades.
Six reasons to go offshore
Learn why LM Wind Power should be your partner of choice to weather the stormy seas
Features & add-ons
Standard and add-on features, tailored to your specific needs.
Building a reliable blade
Technology is our business.
What does it take to build a reliable blade, able to withstand whatever forces nature brings its way over more than 20 years?
Service & maintenance