UK aims for 100-metre blades

The company expects its blades will weigh up to 40% less than conventional ones

The company expects its blades will weigh up to 40% less than conventional ones

British rotor technology pioneer Blade Dynamics has been hired by the UK government-backed Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) to develop blades up to 100 metres long for the coming generation of 8-10MW wind turbines.

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