A manufacturer of advanced distributed 5 to 50 kW wind turbines and future manufacturer of Norwin’s mid-size wind turbines, is pleased to announce that its E-3120, 50 kW wind turbine has successfully reached more than two million fleet hours of operation in less than three years. Endurance commissioned its first E-3120 50 kW wind turbine in January 2010. The first customer was so pleased with the turbine that a second one was installed just six months later. This set the pace of rapid growth for Endurance, allowing the E-3120 to reach one million fleet hours only two years later and move ahead to achieve an additional million fleet hours just six months thereafter.
The accelerated accumulation of operational fleet hours is clear evidence of the rapid pace at which the E-3120 fleet is expanding. The manufacturer says the E-3120 wind turbine is ideal for distributed applications on farms, schools, hospitals, municipalities, businesses, and manufacturing facilities. The turbines are installed at sites where customers are eager to integrate clean, renewable energy or to lower and stabilize energy costs for over 20 years of the turbine’s operation. The E-3120 wind turbine is built for productivity, reliablity, durability, and quietness, making it a suitable renewable energy investment for any site.
The rate of installation for this turbine, used for distributed applications, sets a new global precedent for this class size. Endurance has experienced triple-digit growth each year since the launch of the E-3120 50 kW wind turbine.
“I look forward to our company’s next milestone when our 500th wind turbine will roll off the assembly line early next year,” says Endurance Wind Power CEO Glenn Johnson.
Endurance Wind Power
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