Nordex builds highest wind turbine in Germany
Wind turbines manufacturer Nordex has erected the world’s highest wind turbine in Hausbay, Rhineland-Palatinate. Its pole is 164 meters high and the blades are 65.5 metres long, Nordex says in a press release. With its complete height of 230 metres, the turbine would be able to use more profit-yielding winds, the company said.
Read the press release in German here.
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