2.0 MW Wind Turbine


The PWT R80 2.0 MW turbines build on technology proven over several generations, ensuring industry-leading reliability, serviceability and availability. Durable and dependable, they have been designed to reduce the risk of downtime and safeguard the stability of your investment. With an average availability above 98%, this turbine reduces costs and business risk to an unparalleled level. The predictable performance of the PWT R80 2.0 MW turbines allows you to forecast confidently, strengthening the business case for investment.

Its design and performance ensure you can produce energy from low to medium to high-wind onshore sites at the lowest possible cost.

The latest generation of the PWT R80 2.0 MW turbines incorporates Load and Power Modes, an improved yaw system and a redesigned bed frame and main bearing housing, lowering your operating costs by simplifying turbine serviceability.


Unprecedented Productivity, reliability and performance


The PWT R80 2.0 MW Wind Turbines maximizes productivity thanks to its high-productivity design, noise reduction technology,

Load and Power Modes and enhanced grid support. Low installation costs, remote monitoring, automatic cooling and easy servicing all keep costs as low as possible. And business case certainty is increased by the use of proven technology, robust components and redesigned systems to enhance reliability.

The innovative blades of the PWT 2.0 MW turbines.

Made of glass fiber and carbon fiber in an epoxy resin, thanks to these blade innovations, the 2 MW turbines produce an improved performance with increased output while reducing the loads transferred to the nacelle.

Noise modes maintain high power production

The PWT 2.0 MW turbines have various noise modes to meet sound-level restrictions at any site.

The Converter System (CS) is able to reduce the rotor speed and therefore the noise of the turbine, a significant factor when considering the suitability of the PWT R80 2.0 MW for an onshore site with low winds.

In fact, the turbine can operate in site-specific configurable modes, staying within defined decibel ranges without significantly reducing productivity. Even in areas where sound-level restrictions are in place, these turbines are the versatile solution.


Enhanced grid support

The CS inside the V80 -2.0 MW, turbines delivers a constant and consistent output to the grid. The system maintains grid stability by rapidly regulating the turbine’s power provision when needed, swiftly responding to faults and other grid disturbances.

The VCS also lessens the load on the gearbox and other key components, reducing wear and tear.


Low weight means low transportation and foundation costs

By reducing both the weight of the turbine and the loads on the tower and foundation impact on foundation costs, saving you Unnecessary expense. Manufacturing the tower from steel creates multiple advantages. It avoids having to dispose of tonnes of concrete when dismantling the turbine. Instead, you can gain from its scrap metal price. Steel towers also benefit the environment because they can be recycled.

All 2.0 MW turbines are easy to transport (by rail, truck or barge) to virtually any site around the world. In terms of weight, height and width, all components comply with local and international standard transportation limits, ensuring you incur no unforeseen costs.

In addition, 2.0 MW turbines can be built and maintained using tools and equipment that are standard within the installation and servicing industries – minimizing ongoing maintenance costs


PWT R80 2 MW