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Windpower Technology 30th June 2016

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Gallery: Gwynt y Môr turbine installation
UK: The 160 Siemens 3.6MW turbines being used at the 576MW Gwynt y Môr have been installed by RWE over the last year.
  Gallery: Gwynt y Môr turbine installation
 
Windtech in-depth: GE takes gearbox support to 2.2MW
WORLDWIDE: GE announced a new 2.2MW IEC class II turbine model with a 107-metre rotor diameter in May, with an unexpected drivetrain choice.
  Windtech in-depth: GE takes gearbox support to 2.2MW
 
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Windtech: Concepts to eliminate or reduce PMG use
GERMANY/UK: Eize de Vries meets the men behind two new companies each developing novel direct-drive generators.
  Windtech: Concepts to eliminate or reduce PMG use
 
Software modelling highlights gearbox cracks
UNITED STATES: Large-scale operators of GE turbines are benefiting from a digital service that shows what is most likely to go wrong with the turbine's gearbox and when, as well as the best ways to prevent it.
  Software modelling highlights gearbox cracks
 
Windtech: Senvion model set for new German market
GERMANY: High performance and low noise are key features of Senvion's 3.4M140 onshore turbine.
  Windtech: Senvion model set for new German market
 
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