MAPNA Indigenizes  2.5 MW Turbines

MAPNA Indigenizes 2.5 MW Turbines

The first series of 2.5-megawatt wind turbines manufactured by MAPNA Group was delivered to the purchaser in a ceremony attended by Houshang Falahatian, deputy energy minister, and Alborz Province officials. The turbines were built under the license of a German company, IRNA reported. Each of the domestically made 2.5 MW turbines has a 85-meter high tower. The length of each blade is 50 meters and they weigh 11 tons. The nacelle, which contains the generator component, weighs 90 tons. The smart turbines rotate at a speed of 11 revolutions per second. They start to rotate at a minimum speed of 3.5 rps and stop working automatically when the wind speed reaches 25 rps. As soon as these turbines go on stream, 20 MW will be added to the country's electricity generation capacity.

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