aerogenerator


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aerogenerator

[‚e·rō′jen·ə‚rād·ər]
(electricity)
A generator that is driven by the wind, designed to utilize wind power on a commercial scale.
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It works rather like a sideways waterwheel," said Theo Bird, director of Aerogenerator, which has been developing a small, first-stage prototype at Blyth since 2006.
We are pleased to report that the region's rich engineering heritage is very much alive and well in the renewables sector and this funding will help us to continue the development of Aerogenerator here in the North East.
The Guardian reports each 10MW Aerogenerator X turbine has the potential to generate enough electricity to provide 5,000-10,000 homes - the energy equivalent to 2 million barrels of oil over their 25-year lifetime.
Wind Power s Aerogenerator project was originally developed in 2005.
Additionally, aerogenerators cannot supply a constant base load, an essential for modern living.
The only sensible use of these aerogenerators, while they exist, is to dissociate water, as is done in the Faroe and Shetland Islands, the released hydrogen powering their vehicles and heating their houses, and, unlike electricity, hydrogen can be stored and transported to where it is needed.
Made designs and builds aerogenerators with similar power to those of Gamesa but with a different technology.
The wind farms, located in Tarifa, will be comprised by 98 aerogenerators made by MADE, of the series 800 Kw.
MADE, a fully owned ENDESA subsidiary, will be the company in charge of building the aerogenerators that will be installed in the wind farms.