Südwind Energiesysteme has inaugurated its first S46, 750 kW turbine at Langenwolmsdorf, about 30 kilometres east of Dresden in Saxony in the south east of Germany. The variable speed machine, with a rated capacity of 750 kW, is already much in demand claims Südwind's managing director, Jochen Twele. The company has already begun construction of a new assembly facility in Lichtenau in North Rhine Westfalia in the west and is happy to be able to "secure additional manufacturing capacity through our alliance with Neptun-Techno-Product in Rostock," on the German Baltic coast. Südwind is based in the German capital of Berlin.
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