LM Wind Power announced that the company has produced the world’s largest wind turbine blade – the first blade to surpass 100 meters in length.
The 107-meter blade has completed the molding process at our factory in Cherbourg, France.
The LM 107.0 P will now proceed with post-molding finishing touches, before undergoing rigorous testing and validation to demonstrate its ability to withstand more than 20 years of operation offshore. The 107-meter blade is set to capture the wind for GE’s Haliade-X 12 MW offshore wind turbine, the world’s most powerful wind turbine to date.
Lukasz Cejrowski, LM 107.0 P Project Director, LM Wind Power, said: “The LM 107.0 P is one of the biggest single-components ever built. This is an amazing achievement not only for LM Wind Power and GE Renewable Energy, but for the entire wind industry.”