Endurance E Series
With a burgeoning fleet of 600 machines, the iconic E Series is recognized as much for its sleek aesthetic as for its powerful performance. The durable design and reliable performance of the E3120 has made Endurance the recognized global brand behind one of the world’s largest distributed wind fleets.
Powerful and efficient, the E3120 delivers the lowest cost of energy in its class delivering attractive returns on investment. Its large rotor enables strong production in lower average annual wind speeds than competing machines thus delivering superior results.
Using high quality parts, seamlessly integrated into an elegant assembly, the E3120 provides years of quiet, reliable operation. The result of years of advanced engineering and technological refinement is a durable powerhouse that works as beautifully as it looks.
Endurance X Series
The Endurance X Series wind turbines are a new evolution of a decades-proven design, updated with advances in technology and manufactured by the world’s leading name in distributed wind.
Designed in Denmark by Norwin, the 225 kW wind turbine has proven itself a reliable, durable performer. Building on this heritage, the new Endurance X Series wind turbines combine decades of refinement and the latest advances in turbine engineering and design technology.
How do you design a wind turbine to be a peak performer for over twenty years? Begin with a design that has proven itself reliable for over twenty-five years. Across a wide spectrum of wind conditions in locations around the world, the original X Series design continues to stand out among the most reliable and productive turbines of its class. Decades of design refinement have made it a leading example of reliability, durability and productivity.
The X Series portfolio of turbines delivers performance diversity that helps owners maximize the value of their wind resource while working within the scope of their land, community, business and investment goals. These machines generate enough clean energy to power large farms and dairies as well as high-intensity electricity users such as industrial, municipal and institutional plants.