In the production hall in Rostock, wind turbines with nominal capacities of 2.05 to 4.8 megawatts and rotor diameters of 82 to 126 metres are produced for the on-shore sector. With the eno 114, suitable for coastal locations, and the eno 126, designed for inland locations, the company has particularly high-performance machines on offer which have been available since 2018 in versions with 4.8 MW output with wind class IEC II thanks to a power upgrade.
Optimised area yield
The eno up.site principle is about improving the interaction of turbines in the wind farm with turbines of the turbulence-resistant eno 3.5 MW platform. This is made possible by newly developed rotor blades optimally adapted to wind farm operation and the turbulence-resistant design of the support structure and drive train components. These elements allow small distances between the wind turbines and reduce shutdown losses. An extraordinarily economic efficiency can be achieved in the wind farm.
In the "Compact Wind" research project sponsored by the BMWi, the eno up.site principle could be validated metrologically in the real wind farm.
Role model for grid integration
The multiphase generator, the modular converter system and the systematic redundancy guarantee optimal grid support with maximum availability from the generator winding to the converter.
Safety meets efficiency
State-of-the-art AC drive technology meets safety level of traditional DC systems. The redundant converter topology ensures the optimum pitch of the rotor blades at all times according to the latest safety guidelines.
Life insurance for the gearbox
The maximum protection for the gearbox is provided by a four-point bearing of the rotor, a hydraulic gearbox suspension without reactive forces, an active drive train damping, a full-power converter as well as a temperature and power controlled oil supply system.
eno split tower®
Split tower for more flexibility
The tubular steel towers manufactured in the innovative eno split tower® design allow larger tower base diameters thanks to the longitudinally divided lower sections and thus light and cost-efficient tower concepts for hub heights of 140 m and more.
The unique method of vertical erection of the half-shells allows significant savings in the required size and service life of the site cranes as well as very short overall erection times.
- The pioneering rotor blade design minimises loads and maximises the turbulence resistance to achieve an extraordinarily high efficiency and maximum profit of the wind farm.
- Serrations specially developed for the EB56 and EB61.6 rotor blades can be used at sound-critical locations to reduce noise emissions by around 2 dB.
Communication in wind farms made easy
The eno gridmaster® is a wind farm controller which is used for mixed parks consisting of manufacturer and technology independent generation units "Picture from old enomag to Gridmaster".
Inverter and rectifier development
- The in-house developed, self-made converters and rectifiers form the core for the fulfillment of even the most demanding grid codes at home and abroad.
Innovations from our partners
additional sensor technology
On request, systems can be installed in eno wind turbines and integrated into the control system for demand-driven firing, ice detection or automatic shutdown in the event of shadows being cast or bat excursions.
Noise and turbulence optimized operating modes
All wind turbines developed by eno energy systems GmbH can reduce shutdowns at highly preloaded locations by means of sound- and turbulence-optimised operating modes and thus optimally exploit the existing wind potential.