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Wind

Wind energy is the result of the conversion of wind’s kinetic power into other forms. Its exploitation is rather simple and obtained through wind farms: wind’s energy turns two/three propeller-like blades around a rotor which is connected to the main shaft, spinning a generator to create electricity.

Modern wind turbines fall into two basic groups:

  • the horizontal-axis variety
  • the vertical-axis design


Wind turbines (WTGs for short) can be built either on land (onshore WTGs) or in large bodies of water like oceans and lakes (offshore WTGs).

Italgen has developed onshore wind power projects in Bulgaria and in the MENA Region (Middle East North Africa), specifically in Morocco, Egypt and Turkey.

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