In the production hall in Rostock, wind turbines with rated outputs of 2.2 to 6.0 megawatts and rotor diameters of 100 to 160 metres are produced for the onshore sector. With the eno 114, suitable for windy coastal locations, and the eno126, which is designed for inland locations, the company has particularly powerful machines in its range, which are also available in versions with 4.8 MW output in wind class IEC II thanks to a power upgrade.
With the recently introduced eno160 and eno152, eno energy introduces the new 6 MW platform to the wind turbine market with a rotor diameter of over 150 m. With a rated output of up to 6.0 MW, the eno160 and eno152 represents a new milestone in the company's history in terms of yield and efficiency. Consistent further development of the proven concepts from the 4.0 MW platform, such as four-point bearing drive train, full converter with electrically excited synchronous machine and split tubular steel towers, has brought a new generation of reliable wind turbines to the market.
more yield in the wind farm
The eno up.site principle is about improving the interplay of systems in the wind farm with turbines from the turbulence-resistant eno - 3.5 MW - platform. This is made possible thanks to optimal newly developed rotor blades which are matched to wind farm operations, and the turbulence-resistant arrangement of the load-bearing structure and powertrain components. These elements allow a small distance between the wind turbines and reduce the shut-down losses. On average, a higher level of economic efficiency can be reached in the wind farm.
In the research plan “Compact Wind”, funded by BMWi, the eno up.site principle was able to be validated in terms of measurement technology in a real wind farm.
model for integration
The multistrand generator, the modular inverter system and the real, systematic redundancy of the generator development up to the full power converter, all guarantee optimal network support with a maximum level of availability.
safety meets efficiency
The most modern AC drive technology at the same level of safety as traditional DC systems. The redundant inverter topology ensures the consistently optimal position of the rotor blades while adhering to the latest safety guidelines.
life insurance for the gears
Maximum gear protection guarantees an active insulation of connecting rods, the full power converter, a redundant oil supply system as well as a four-point or three-point bearing of the rotors, depending on the construction series.
eno split tower®
split tower for more flexibility
The finished tubular steel towers in the innovative eno split tower® design permits a larger tower base diameter thanks to the longitudinally divided lower sections, which in turn permits light and efficient tower concepts for hub heights of 140 m and higher.
The unique process of the horizontal setup of the half shells allows considerable savings in the required size and duration of use of the construction site crane, as well as very short overall setup times.
The pioneering rotor blade design minimises loads and maximises the turbulence resistance, for an above-average wind farm efficiency and the highest yields.
- At noise-critical locations, serrations specially designed for the rotor blades EB56 and EB61.6 can be used, which allow a reduction in noise emissions of around 2 dB.
communication in the wind farm made easy
The eno gridmaster® is a wind farm regulator which is used for mixed farms consisting of generation units from different manufacturers and using different technologies “Image from old enomag to Gridmaster”
Inverter and rectifier development
- Our own inverters and rectifiers, developed and produced in-house, form the centrepiece to fulfil even more ambitious grid codes both at home and abroad.
Our partners’ innovations
Upon request, systems can be installed ex works into eno wind turbines and integrated into the controls for needs-based beaconing, ice recognition or automatic shutdown in the event of shadowing or bats trip.
Noise and turbulence-optimised operating modes
All wind turbines developed by eno energy systems GmbH can reduce shutdowns at highly preloaded locations in operating modes which are optimised for noise and turbulence, and thus the available wind potential can be utilised in an optimal manner.