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Ingeteam and Indar to exhibit at WindEurope 2017

Ingeteam and Indar to exhibit at WindEurope 2017

Ingeteam, an independent global supplier of electrical conversion equipment, will present its full range of wind energy drive train products at the WindEurope Conference & Exhibition 2017, taking place later this month in Amsterdam.

Exhibiting at booth #1D24, Ingeteam will showcase its power converters, generators, turbine controllers, Condition Monitoring Systems (CMS), Smart SCADA management systems, as well as O&M services for onshore and offshore wind farms. This year we are very proud to have reached the 40 GW converter delivery milestone after enjoying spectacular growth in our core markets. We are now firmly established as the world’s number one supplier of wind power converters and we have strengthened our international position in the Operation & Maintenance sector. On a global level, Ingeteam has doubled its maintained power compared to 2016, a figure which places its global portfolio at 12.1 GW.

Ingeteam offers low and medium voltage power converters up to 15 MW for onshore and offshore applications, optimized for DFIG and FC topologies. Power converters specifically designed to fulfil the strictest grid codes and air cooled, air/water cooled and full water cooled solutions for harsh environments, achieving industry-leading efficiency and reliability.

Indar offers a comprehensive range of wind generators, manufactured in different topologies (DFIG, DFM and PMG). It supplies asynchronous and synchronous generators with output powers ranging from 1 MW to 9 MW and voltages from 690 V to 15 kV. Overall, Indar wind generators are recognized for their high efficiency and robustness, having obtained the recognition of the OEMs, utilities and the approval from the certification bodies and standards worldwide (including UL). Indar´s track record reaches 23 GW of installed capacity to date.

The Ingeteam Wind O&M Division, with more than 8.6 GW under O&M Services, will present a wide portfolio of Wind O&M Services and will also exhibit its Ingesys CMS tool for the monitoring of vibrations, supervision and status diagnostics of wind turbines.