Introducing the brand new LM Wind Power website!

    Join our effort to make the case for wind: a powerful renewable energy choice to sustain the planet we all know and enjoy. Every day we build reliable rotor blades to bring down the cost of energy. What's your contribution?

    As our company is growing, so are expectations of our communications with the outside world. A corporate website used to be conceived as a digital ‘front door’ for a company, but now it is essential that  potential visitors can reach us in all kinds of ways: search engines like Google, typing our name, or by ‘click-throughs’ from shared content and through our social media profiles.

    In today’s world we have multiple ‘front doors’ and they all have to lead into one coherent and consistently branded online space.  In addition to that, our presence needs to show up as well on a hand held device as it does on a PC.

    Our website is the hub for sharing facts, news and stories from LM places. Here we engage with our many stakeholders through a visually-appealing and compelling narrative of who we are and the value we bring, through our amazing technology and our commitment to building a cleaner world.

    “It’s very rewarding to see our ideas and thoughts materialize after such an intense project period,” said Gitte Mejlhede, Webmaster. “Creating a new website is a huge undertaking, but the project does not stop here. The website will continue to grow organically over time, as we build content in all areas.”

    Sharing in a social world – Join the conversation!
    LM Wind Power’s new website emphasizes social sharing and encourages interaction, linking closely to our social media activities. There are many hot topics surrounding our business — wind power, renewable energy, climate change, sustainable business practices — and it’s time we voiced our opinion. Check out the Case for Wind in 10 Blade Points.

    “We have so many stories we can tell the world — for instance, what it is like to work for LM Wind Power; stories and photos from community outreach activities; and our view on wind power’s contribution to a more sustainable world,” said Chris Springham, Vice President, Global Communications, HR and Sustainability. “The new website is a fantastic achievement as LM Wind Power moves away from one-way communications, toward a more ‘receiver-based’ and open way of communicating through narratives and stories on multiple platforms and devices.”

    We invite you to explore the new website and share the content that most inspires you in your social networks. Remember: #LMplaces #CaseForWind!

    Explore today: www.lmwindpower.com

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    Career

    Get the wind behind your career

    We are always looking for new, talented colleagues.

    LM Wind Power is a pioneer in the Danish wind industry and the world’s leading independent supplier of blades for wind turbines, with 15 factories on four continents. We have all technical disciplines in-house:  materials laboratories, design and modelling, a wind tunnel, full scale testing and production. Explore the exciting positions available.

    Sustainability

    The Case for Wind

    In 10 Blade Points

    Wind power, renewable energy, climate change, sustainable business practices - there are many hot topics surrounding our business, and it's time we voiced our opinion.

    Products & Services

    We know blades

    What does it take to build a reliable  blade, able to withstand whatever forces nature brings its way over more than 20 years?

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    Fast fact: An average wind turbine makes up for its carbon footprint within 5 to 8 months of operation! #windworks https://t.co/zWSWINoJPI
    12-01-2018 11:40:50 | twitter

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    Blades from @LMWindPower, turbines from @GErenewables, inspiration and drive from @DeepwaterWind - great project for #BlockIsland and US #offshore wind https://t.co/DrDBcryfUs
    10-01-2018 12:34:59 | twitter

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    News from Clean #Energy Industrial Forum #CEICIF: “We need to talk about 10-20 bn EUR in R&D to achieve massive benefits for all #electricity users through the lower costs, not 1-2 bn” – Marc de Jong @LMWindPower #EUbudget #CleanEnergyEU https://t.co/fwdvxBLjE6
    02-01-2018 08:43:55 | instagram
    For being such a good Santa last year, the renewable reindeer got him the latest carbon neutral sleigh on the market...see what they did next! From all of us at LM Wind Power, we wish you a happy, greener new year. #CleanSleigh! #LMplaces #lmwindpower #newyear #newyearsresolution #reindeer #santa #christmas #innovation #greenbusiness #wind #windworks #windturbine #windturbines #renewables #windpower #windenergy #renewableenergy #cleanenergy #beautiful #future #love #sustainability #CaseForWind
    27-12-2017 08:36:26 | twitter

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    12 can't miss moments from 2017 - We'll let the headlines speak for themselves... https://t.co/hgalcxDUJc
    27-12-2017 08:32:45 | linkedin

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    It’s not easy to summarize a year’s worth of dedication, teamwork, challenges and successes from more than 8,000 people, so we’ll let our top headlines speak for themselves!
    24-12-2017 14:00:33 | twitter

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    For being such a good Santa last year, the renewable reindeer got him the latest carbon neutral sleigh on the market...see what they did next! https://t.co/xujuyiM1y0 From all of us, Season's Greetings and a greener New Year. #CleanSleigh! https://t.co/OztRUswue5
    24-12-2017 14:00:05 | linkedin

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    For being such a good Santa last year, the renewable reindeer got him the latest carbon neutral sleigh on the market...see what they did next! From all of us at LM Wind Power, Season's Greetings and a greener New Year. #CleanSleigh!
    21-12-2017 13:20:01 | linkedin

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    In October 2017 our 73.5 P wind turbine blade successfully arrived at Castellón port from our factory located 45 km away. This is the largest blade ever produced and transported in Spain and will be used for harvesting wind at the Merkur wind farm in the North Sea! Check out the transportation of the 73.5 P blade here: http://fal.cn/q5Fl This historic achievement also features in the latest GE report below!