Wind turbine manufacturing and wind farm construction
we are an egyptian green energy a newly established company our project is going through 2 stages
the first stage will be manufacturing the wind turbine
second stage is to install the wind turbine into a wind farm.
Wind technology, the production line, the management will be through a union of american and french companies
our factory will be mobile, fully automated, can produce onshore, and offshore wind turbine, also can produce either small or huge wind turbines.
Our target is to produce 2000 turbines of the 10mw/ h during one year.
It is a huge project as we believe
we will depend on100% leasing module in financing the project.
Now we are forming our board experts members, and the supporting consultant teams. We had an agreement with some famous and with good reputation experts in more than one specialty. Negotiations are still running with others. Also we hope if we can join foreigner experts in different aspects that may benefit the project such as experts in different wind energy aspects, financing solution, legal aspects, marketing, management, and planning.
Our experts will be paid through a percentage of the net profit
our project value evaluation may be as much as 4-5 billion dollars.
What we need from our experts?
1- we need to assess the best sites to start our wind farm either onshore or offshore.
2-doing the complete feasibility study of the whole project.
3-choosing the best wind turbine or turbines that should be produced in our factory?
4- marketing research
5- financial solutions
if you feel it is a challenging project and suits you please contact us.
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Wind Turbine Blade
Hello, i am a energy commerce major at texas tech university. I do not pretend to know the all the engineering thats goes into commercial windmills, but i had an idea for home windmills. I understand that commercial windmill blades are made out of carbon fiber because of its strength and light weight. I do believe this is where much of the cost of commercial windmills is incurred. I am proposing that home turbine blades can be made using thin aluminum metal and forming a hollow structure that can be pressurized with helium of the inside. The helium pressure gives the thin aluminum more strength and decreases it weight. It has been a while since a have taken chemistry so i'm not sure if the helium would diffuse through the aluminum or not my guess would be it would eventually. Therefore the inside of the blade would have to be coated with latex or something. Is this a dumb idea or could this possibly work?+3 Other Responses