Wind energy generation is currently the most advanced and efficient renewables technology.
Zenelgie is a leading supplier of wind turbines. We specialise in the supply nad distribution of wind energy solutions. Zenelgie provides an all-encompassing solution to wind-energy products in the form of wind turbines that are infused with state-of-the-art technology from their blades, nacelle, towers and foundations. Zenelgie’s multi-dimensional approach to value engineering and cost reduction provides better margins and a competitive advantage to its customers thereby being able to provide and sustain the very best in renewable energy solutions while maintaining an eco-friendly approach.
The S88-2.1 MW is designed for a medium wind speed regime. The wind turbine concept is based on a robust design with pitch regulated blade operation, a three-stage gearbox with 2,310 kW rating and flexible coupling to the asynchronous induction generator.
S111 WIND TURBINE
S111 Wind Turbine Generator is the latest product from Zenelgie’s 2.1 MW platform. This wind turbine generator is available in two categories:
S97 WIND TURBINE
S97 Wind Turbine Generator is a part of our latest 2.1 MW range of products, the S97 Wind Turbine Generator (WTG) has been designed to make low wind sites viable. This WTG is available in two variants:-
While the ideal future scenario is for energy mix to be diverse and sustainable in the long-term, wind power has a number of clear advantages:
- Every unit of electricity generated from a wind turbine displaces energy that would otherwise be generated from fossil fuels
- One modern turbine saves 4,000 tonnes of CO2 each year
- The average wind farm will pay back the energy used in its manufacture within six to eight months
- Wind energy produces no radioactive waste for future generations to deal with
- Unlike large power stations, Electricity from wind farms can be fed directly into the distribution network, reducing electricity transmission losses and cutting waste
- The small size of individual wind farms reduces the risk of technical failure or industrial action compared with larger generating units.
- Wind energy is good for remote rural and island communities – the supply can be connected to diesel or solar systems to provide back-up when the wind is not blowing.
- Energy diversity, with wind as a major component, lessens international political sensitivity concerning fossil fuel reserves and volatility of oil.