Siemens Gamesa launches world’s first recyclable turbine blade for offshore use

The world's first six recyclable wind turbine blades for commercial use have already been produced at Siemens Gamesa's factory in Aalborg, Northern Denmark.

Photo: Siemens Gamesa/Søren Nielsen

The wind turbine manufacturer has already signed a few agreements with important customers wanting to test the OEM's new recyclable wind turbine blades, going by the product name RecyclableBlade.

Siemens Gamesa is working with Germany utility RWE on installing and testing the blades for the first time as Germany's Kaskasi offshore wind farm. As plans appear now, it seems the project should generate first power from 2022. Alongside EDF Renewables, the OEM is also pursuing installations for further blade sets for the forthcoming offshore wind farm. A similar arrangement is also in place with power company WDP.

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