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Norvento nED 100 Wind Turbine

The Norvento nED100 Wind Turbine

The Norvento nED100 100 kW Wind Turbine

What is the Norvento nED 100 most suitable for?

The Norvento nED-100 100kW Wind Turbine is available in two rotor sizes, 22m and 24m diameter and is suitable for :

  • Modestly windy sites
  • Limited grid capacity sites or high grid costs
  • Sites where noise is an issue
  • Small / Medium sites
  • On-site generation
  • Factories
  • Seaports
  • Shopping Centres
  • Leisure Centres
  • Farms
  • Schools
  • Hospitals
  • Government and Institutional Buildings
  • Community
  • Commercial and industrial sites

nED-100 100 kW Specification

Configuration Three blade, horizontal axis, upwind
Rated Power 100kW at 10m/s
Rotor Speed 33 to 67 rpm
IEC 61400-1 Turbine Class IIIA
Site Average Wind Speed 7.5 m/s
Survival Wind Speed 52.5 m/s or 117 mph
Rotor Diameter 22 m / 24 m
Swept Area 380 m² / 452 m²
Blade Material Fibreglass and epoxy resin
Power regulation Full blade variable pitch
Generator Type Permanent Magnet Synchronous Generator (Direct Drive)
Configuration 3-Phase, 400 VAC, 50 Hz
Brake & Safety System
Main Brake System Two electromechanical brakes operating in parallel
Automatic Shutdown triggered by High wind speed, grid failure, over-speed, all other fault conditions
Control Systems User Interface Programmable Logic Controller (PLC)
nED Scada Control Centre
Available Hub Heights 24.5 m, 29.5 m, 26.0 m
Tower Type Multi-sections tubular steel tower
Period and type Standard – 5 year parts and labour optional:
Download Data Sheet Here

Want to install a wind turbine?

If you are in the UK then take our Wind Site Self-Assessment - The first step to provide information we need to complete a Windpower Feasibility Study. It takes about 20 minutes to work through the basic checks, including:

  • Estimating wind speed
  • Checking proximity of nearby properties
  • Checking site access and approach roads
  • Investigating connection with the grid

If you are in the Republic of Ireland, or overseas, the first step is to Contact us to discuss your requirements and to complete a Windpower Feasibility Study.

Start the process here: Take the Wind Site Self-Assessment