Enercon E-126 Wind Turbine

February 6, 2008

Enercon E-126 is the world’s largest wind turbine. This turbine has a rotor blade length of 126 meters. This new turbine is likely to produce 7 megawatts (or 20 million kilowatt hours per year). That’s enough to power about 5,000 households of four in Europe. The earth is saved! Air travel is more fun too!

Extract from Enercon


3 Responses to “Enercon E-126 Wind Turbine”

  1. oscar zambrano Says:


    I want to know more about how such a colossal wind turbine will deal with a hurricane.

    I hear they can change the pitch of the blades, a method so expensive that only the large, commercial-grade turbines can have.

    Do you have other sources for me to look up to learn more about this?

    Also, what will one of these super-titanic 7-MW machines cost. Anyone knows their price?

    These Enercon turbines are really cool-looking devices, don’t you think?

    Thanks. oz.

  2. SLU Says:


    I have similar concerns. How would they deal with a hurricane and the cost of installing one.


  3. LaraKessy Says:

    Great writing, Hope to definitely visit again..

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