Meet us at AWEA Windpower 2017 in Anaheim!

    We are exhibiting at AWEA Windpower 2017 from May 23 – 25 in Anaheim, California along with representation by our senior management. Throughout the event, you are invited to visit us at booth 3624 in hall D, where we will be showcasing:

    YOU CAN HAVE IT ALL

    Using flexible building blocks, we find the optimum fit for your turbine. LM Wind Power provides customized blades with variable root diameters and lengths while ensuring a fast launch on the global market with economies of scale and competitiveness. This modular concept, combined with LM Wind Power’s unique understanding of aerodynamics and loads, has proven to increase Annual Energy Production (AEP) by up to 14% for blades in 2.5-3.3 MW segments. You can have it all: a perfectly optimized blade that leverages LM Wind Power’s global supplier base and manufacturing footprint.


    GL CERTIFIED – SAFERECEPTOR INSULATED LIGHTNING PROTECTION SYSTEM

    With a track-record of producing more than 135,000 blades with lightning protection systems, we have put that knowledge to work to enable you to capitalize on a competitive GL certified lightning protection (IEC 61400-24 (2010)).


    GLOBAL FOOTPRINT

    We have a global manufacturing footprint and are a valued partner in established and emerging markets all over the world. Uniformity in our production processes becomes even more important because of our global manufacturing footprint - across 13 locations and 4 continents. We just recently had the official groundbreaking in Cherbourg in France of our dedicated offshore wind turbine blade plant. And in our plant in Bergama, Turkey, construction is well underway for production start later this year. As always we are present where our customers want us to be.


    DELIVERING ON OFFSHORE REQUIREMENTS TODAY - PREPARING FOR THE DEMANDS OF TOMORROW

    Our engineers are constantly pushing the boundaries of blade size, airfoil shape and material technology, laying the foundations for 90+ meter blades that are expected to power turbines of up to 10 MW in the future.
    Our specialist capabilities have repeatedly made us leaders in the size race, a few years ago with the launch of the LM 73.5 and more recently with the LM 88.4 P, the longest blade in the world.
    We focus on four areas to maximize value and minimize cost: improved blade efficiency, increased rotor swept-area, proven reliability and preventive maintenance to retain high performance. These are just a few of our many product advantages. We brought the experience from Europe to the first offshore wind farm in the US – Block Island.


    PRESENTATION SCHEDULE



    PRESENTATION AT TECH STATION

    Advances in Hybrid Carbon Technology for

    Wind Turbine Blades

    By Michael Lund-Laverick,

    Director Composite Technology Projects

    Date: 5/23/2017

    Time: 4 PM


    PRESENTATION AT THOUGHT LEADER THEATER

    Innovation to Ensure Capex Efficiency and Quality
    Replicability for Ultra-long Offshore Blades
    By Alexis Crama, Vice President, Offshore
    Date: 5/24/2017
    Time: 4 PM

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    Meet us!

    Anaheim Convention Center 800 W Katella Ave Anaheim, booth 3624

    If you are interested in setting up an individual meeting with us during this trade fair, or at another time, please contact Johanne Kristensen at jdk@lmwindpower.com. We look forward to seeing you in Anaheim.

    23-05-2018 07:17:38 | twitter

    LM Wind Power

    Ready for #BrusselsSDGSummit with the boss! Excited to share what we’re doing with #CleanLM @LMWindPower to contribute to SDG 7 - affordable and clean energy https://t.co/tsRr3v7DNC
    18-05-2018 09:30:02 | linkedin

    LM Wind Power

    What do bridges and blades have in common? Find out how a new, pan-European research project aims to use composite materials to reduce bridge costs and provide more durable wind turbines.
    18-05-2018 07:45:46 | twitter

    LM Wind Power

    What do bridges and blades have in common? Find out how a new, pan-European research project aims to use composite materials to reduce bridge costs and provide more durable wind turbines: https://t.co/sGPQ1PMevv @DACOMAT_EU @DtuWind @DTUtweet #WeKnowBlades https://t.co/obNMDNPtAE
    17-05-2018 16:16:52 | twitter

    LM Wind Power

    Wind energy = 263,000 jobs in Europe but it's also having a more local impact. Eg. In Cherbourg, 550 people are employed at the @LMWindPower plant #EUWindImpact https://t.co/XcEnswHede
    14-05-2018 11:28:35 | twitter

    LM Wind Power

    Don’t worry, this article won’t tell you to stop drinking coffee! But, have you ever thought about how your morning cup of coffee affects your carbon output? https://t.co/99MFuSnAJJ #CleanLM #Sustainability https://t.co/NgZnrUFQSO
    14-05-2018 11:21:51 | linkedin

    LM Wind Power

    Don’t worry, this article won’t tell you to stop drinking coffee! But, have you ever thought about how your morning cup of coffee affects your carbon output?
    10-05-2018 16:00:05 | twitter

    LM Wind Power

    Al Walker Jr. isn't shy about speaking up for #WindCatcher, to support more wind industry jobs: "I do not like my job…I love my job, and I think everybody knows it." Watch: https://t.co/WAin94WnBT #WINDPOWER2018 @AWEA @AWEAevents
    10-05-2018 14:03:46 | instagram
    Al Walker Jr. isn't shy about speaking up for #WindCatcher, to support more wind industry #jobs: "I do not like my job. I love my job, and I think everybody knows it." @awea #Arkansas #LittleRock #WINDPOWER2018 #WeKnowBlades #LMplaces #lmwindpower #greenbusiness #wind #windworks #windturbine #windturbines #renewables #windpower #windenergy #windfarm #renewableenergy #cleanenergy #future #sustainability #engineering
    10-05-2018 13:00:05 | linkedin

    LM Wind Power

    “Knowing that we are building something for the future and something for the economy, that’s a great thing," - Teresa Surratt from Little Rock, on why she's proud to speak up for Wind Catcher.
    09-05-2018 20:00:05 | twitter

    LM Wind Power

    “Knowing that we are building something for the future and something for the economy, that’s a great thing," - Teresa Surratt from Little Rock, on why she's proud to speak up for #WindCatcher. Watch: https://t.co/cQuUM2fkvd #WINDPOWER2018 @AWEA @AWEAevents
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