20 MW wind test bench starts up

September 2013
Modern Power Systems;Sep2013, Vol. 33 Issue 9, p8
The article informs that Vestas has started up the largest and most powerful test rig in the wind industry, located at Vestas' global testing centre in Aarhus, Denmark, which is capable of testing the V164-8.0 mega watt (MW) wind turbine.


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