Tested to the extreme: GE - In the Wild shines spotlight on LM Wind Power blades

    Do you know what it takes to build reliable wind turbine blades, Proven to survive more than 20 years in all Weather conditions? GE - In the Wild - investigates. Watch now!

    The webseries, "GE - In the Wild," explores industrial innovation in the places where it actually happens: behind the scenes of GE's leading facilities. This summer, the GE - In the Wild team visited our Test Center in Lunderskov, Denmark to discover what it takes to build some of the world's longest, most advanced wind turbine blades.

    Located in the Denmark, the birthplace of the wind industry, our engineers at our Test Center push blades beyond the industry standard, to ensure reliability throughout a blade's 20 year lifetime. 

    Watch the GE - In the Wild episode below, along with a special bonus episode, to meet some of our innovative colleagues and explore our world-class testing facilities. Then, take a look behind the scenes, at the largest-ever film production our Danish test facilities.

     

    Photo credit (above): IMG / Atomic Entertainment

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