Low wind speed prototype installed in Coppanz, Thuringia. Series production to start in 2017.
Installation milestone was reached at Ellwanger Berge wind farm.
Successful customer event with 350 guests and high-level industry representatives
ENERCON’s rotor blade manufacturer KTA successfully completed the production of the first set of outer rotor blades for ENERCON’s new E-141 EP4.
After the Federal Government passed a resolution on the key points for the expansion of onshore wind energy, the sector urgently needs more clarity on the future framework conditions.
The introduction of a tendering system for establishing the feed-in tariff for renewable energies should not put jobs at risk.
ENERCON makes progress in launching new E-126 EP4 series. Operation of the Wind Class IIA WEC prototype has been successfully launched in Lelystad.
Joint venture in Lower Saxony to start in the Aurich district / Goal is to develop a set of building blocks for the German energy turnaround
With the E-141 EP4 and E-103 EP2 ENERCON is to complete its two platforms in the 2 MW and 4 MW power classes by adding the wind class III segment
ENERCON, WindVision, Eneco and Elia announce the successful finalization of the “R2 downward wind” pilot project.
Operators of ENERCON wind energy converters which have been in service for twenty or more years will in future be able to benefit from the company’s tried-and-tested full-maintenance programme.
ENERCON is preparing a comprehensive restructuring of its maintenance concept in Germany.
ENERCON’s new training workshops have been unveiled at the Energy, Education and Experience Centre (EEZ) in Aurich, and the first duty of the company’s new flagship training centre was to greet this year’s apprentices as they began their vocational training at the sites in East Frisia.
ENERCON’s innovative transport vessel ‘E-Ship 1’ has been awarded its class renewal certificate by the DNV GL classification authority.
ENERCON opened a new sales office in Costa Rica at the beginning of June. Initially, five employees will be servicing the region’s customers from the capital, San José.