Science centre for new generation wind turbines opening in Jutland

Suzlon Group is planning to leverage Denmark’s experience and expertise in wind technology

Suzlon Group has a presence in 19 countries worldwide and employs over 8,000 people (photo: Suzlon) Suzlon Group has a presence in 19 countries worldwide and employs over 8,000 people (photo: Suzlon)
February 1st, 2016 4:53 pm| by Lucie Rychla
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Suzlon Group, one of the world’s largest wind turbine suppliers, has announced the opening of its new Blade Science Centre in Vejle, eastern Jutland.

The centre will focus on developing the best blades and control systems for wind turbines in the industry.

Thomas Buhl from DTU, who has more than 15 years of experience in aerodynamics and blade structures, will lead the new centre as a vice president.

“Denmark is the birthplace of wind technology and we will leverage the experience and expertise of the talent pool in our innovation efforts as we develop our next generation of turbines,” stated Tulsi Tanti, the chairman of Suzlon Group.

According to the company’s CTO, Duncan Koerbel, the centre in Vejle is expected to become the epicentre for developing next generation wind turbines.

Suzlon Group is one of the global leaders in renewable energy solutions with a presence in 19 countries and an operational track record of over two decades.

Suzlon has a cumulative installation of about 15GW of wind energy capacity and employs over 8,000 people.