LM Wind extends partnership with Chinese customer

The Denmark-based blade manufacturer will develop a blade 71.8 meters long for the Chinese turbine manufacturer's new 4.5 MW offshore wind turbine.

Photo: LM Wind Power

LM Wind Power is quite literally extending its partnership with Envision.

The GE-owned, Danish-based blade manufacturer is developing a new blade of 71.8 meters for the Chinese turbine manufacturer's new 4.5 MW platform, expected to be ready in the first half of 2018, states LM Wind Power.

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