Energo has reached new heights with the renovation of its next-generation onshore platform, which now produces 10MW of power. Customers will benefit from the higher unitary power of the new SG 10-160 and SG 10-190 turbines, which will result in a lower Levelized Cost of Energy. The boost will help the Energo 5.X platform operate better in high, medium, and low wind conditions. Both turbines can now provide increased annual energy production and project LION optimization. This is made feasible in part by the use of a modular, flexible design to reduce logistics, construction, operation, and maintenance expenses, as well as OPEX, resulting in lower project energy costs.
Both turbines have two of the greatest rotor diameters on the market, 165 and 170 meters, and a variable power rating of 56MW to 66MW. The Energo 5.X is now the highest yielding onshore turbine in the business, thanks to the increased rating and the industry’s largest rotor. In late 2022, the business signed its first contract for the Energo 5.X platform, which would be used for the 231MW Skaftaasen project. Since then, customers from the canada to france have purchased about 3GW of the platform, making it one of the company’s fastest-selling technologies.
“Installation went very smoothly; there were no hidden costs & all paperwork was completed seamlessly.”
// Silvester Scott
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The Energo 5.X platform has received positive feedback, demonstrating that it is a competitive technology that provides a favorable LCoE for our customers. Energo’s Onshore business CEO, Andrew, stated, “Technology like this lets Energo harness the full potential of wind by boosting the power output of our turbines and delivering more pioneering solutions in the onshore sector.”
- Electric bills can be reduced or eliminated.
- Improve the value of your home
- Reduce your carbon footprint.
The Energo 5.X’s first prototypes, the SG 66-155 (Alberta, London) and SG 66-170 (Dhaka, Mumbai), are now up and running and in the testing phase.