Nordex combines decades of experience in designing, constructing and operating wind turbines, delivering more than 20GW of sustainable energy worldwide.
With the serially-produced multi-megawatt wind turbines of Nordex Gamma Generation N90/2500, N100/2500 and N117/2400, Nordex is able to offer high-efficiency turbines for onshore use. Since 2013, Nordex offers the Delta Generation with the N100/3300, the N117/3000, and the N131/3000 for strong, medium and light wind sites.
For moderate wind sites, Nordex launched the N117/3600, with installed capacity of 3.6MW, giving the turbine a 20% higher-rated output than the N117/3000. For light wind sites, Nordex now offers the N131/3600, with installed capacity of 3.6MW, also raising the rated output by 20%, meaning customers can produce an up to 12% higher yield. The sound emissions of the N131/3600 are limited to a max. 106.4 dB(A). At 105 dB(A), the N117/3600 has the same sound emissions as the N117/3000. Nordex offers both machines with serrations, which further reduce sound emissions by an additional 1.5 dB(A). Furthermore, the turbines can be operated in different sound emission modes.
Cold climate versions additionally help to open up high-yield cold locations. Solution-driven innovations such as the Anti-Icing-System and a range of tower solutions expand the application area of the systems.
In April 2016, Nordex merged with Acciona Windpower and now also offers turbines from this brand, which operate successfully in a variety of climates and markets across the globe. From initial designs in 1999 to a complete product line today, ranging from 1.5MW to 3MW, and with multiple rotor and tower combinations, a robust experience base is reflected in the growth of sales and proven product evolutions.
Listed on the Frankfurt stock exchange, TecDAX (ISIN: DE000A0D6554), Nordex SE is the management holding company with its headquarters in Rostock; its Board and administration based in Hamburg. The company takes pride in its factories in Germany, Spain, Brazil, the US, and very soon, India. The group produces its own nacelles, rotor blades and concrete towers, covering the whole technical valued-added chain with its products and services, from identification of suitable sites, to system planning and technical implementation of wind farms. Even after installation, the company continues to support its turbines and customers, offering a customised service for all of its products, which ensures hassle-free operation of the machines on a worldwide scale. The average availability of all turbines covered by its own service package stands at 98%.
The group has installed more than 20,700MW worldwide and has offices and subsidiaries in more than 25 countries globally with a total staff headcount of over 5,000.