Turbines of the Year 2021: Onshore turbines up to 4.6MW

End of Chinese onshore subsidies creates new 3.5-4MW-plus “large-rotor” segment with focus on cutting levelised cost of energy

by Eize de Vries
MingYang's MySE4.0-166 illustrates the trend towards large rotors with relatively modest ratings to compensate for the loss of onshore wind subsidies in China
MingYang's MySE4.0-166 illustrates the trend towards large rotors with relatively modest ratings to compensate for the loss of onshore wind subsidies in China

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