Northern Power Ships 100th Northwind 100 Turbine

Northern Power Systems Inc. announced that it has shipped 100 Northwind 100 turbines over the past year, highlighting a customer base that now includes owners in more than 15 U.S. states and four countries.

With installations that include a high school in Wisconsin, a printing press in Connecticut, a hospital in the United Kingdom and rugged remote village settings in Alaska, Northern Power’s 100-kilowatt (kW) turbines make turbine ownership a simple and smart investment, the company said.

“We are very proud of the extraordinary track record of reliability and customer satisfaction that the Northwind 100 has achieved in its first full year of global deployment. As we continue to invest in the technology for utility-scale applications, we are heartened by the performance of this proven wind turbine architecture,” said John Danner, CEO of Northern Power Systems.

The gearless, direct drive Northwind 100 comes with performance certifications and full 24/7 monitoring support. Northern Power’s global turbine fleet consistently achieves uptime availability of 98% or greater.

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