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Wind turbines

This is a list of wind turbine manufacturers sorted alphabetically. It contains the manufacturers name(s), country and other data, with the known years of operation in parenthesis.

Not all manufacturers are still existing, just that some of the wind-turbines produced by that manufacturer are still running.


Top 10 wind turbine manufacturers by megawatts installed worldwide in 2009

  1. Vestas (Denmark) 35,000 MW[1]
  2. Enercon (Germany) 19,000 MW[2]
  3. Gamesa (Spain) 16,000 MW[3]
  4. GE Energy (Germany / United States) 15,000 MW[4]
  5. Siemens (Denmark / Germany) 8,800 MW[5]
  6. Suzlon (India) 6,000MW[6]
  7. Nordex (Germany) 5,400 MW[7]
  8. Acciona (Spain) 4,300 MW[8]
  9. REpower (Germany) 3,000 MW [9]
  10. Goldwind (China) 2,889 MW[10]

Alphabetical list

Multibrid 5000 Prototype, north of Bremerhaven (Germany)
Wakamatsu wind farm, Kitakyushu, (Japan)

Defunct companies


  • ABB Generators, converters and power solutions
  • American Hofmann Balancing machines for turbines and armatures (USA)
  • Antec Specialists in wind turbine Braking Systems (Spain)
  • Bosch Rexroth Gearboxes, brakes, pitch control and yaw systems for wind turbines (Germany, USA)
  • Hatch Ltd Associates) Leading consulting and engineering firm with a Global presence
  • Hansen Transmissions Gearboxes for wind turbines (Belgium)
  • LM Glasfiber Blades for wind turbines (Denmark)
  • Linak Wind Turbine Automation Components (Denmark)
  • Moventas Gearboxes for wind turbines (Finland)
  • PSM, the world's largest manufacturer of tower flange (Korea)


See also


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