The future is bright

    Wind remains one of the most economically attractive forms of renewable energy for large scale electricity generation and will develop further, not least offshore which is a key growth segment as traditional markets stabilize.

    The case for wind

    The global demand for electricity alone is projected to grow by nearly 80 percent between now and 2030. The over-reliance on fossil fuels and its environmental cost combined with wind energy becoming increasingly cost competitive rests the case firmly with wind.


    Proven track record

    Offshore blades where it all began

    The world’s first offshore wind farm in Vindeby, Denmark, will be dismantled in 2016, after running for 25 years, and with a capacity smaller than just one offshore turbine today, Vindeby is in many ways a symbol of the extraordinary development of the wind industry.

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    Cost of Energy

    It's a classic!

    It has been around for years, but still worth watching. It is a showcase of why LM Wind Power play a significant role in reducing the cost of energy

    Investment highlights

    More than one in five turbines in the world have LM Wind Power blades

    LM Wind Power has produced more than 185,000 blades since 1978, corresponding to approximately 77 GW installed wind power capacity which each year effectively saves approximately 147 million tons of CO2. This corresponds to the annual CO2 emissions from electricity used in 20 million (US) homes. 

    Close up of blade being lifted by a crane

    Focus on customer and market

    Our values serve as a framework to guide the daily actions and decisions of everyone in our company.  Click to learn more!


    Global technology center since 1999

    The global Technology Center has a critical role in the development and application of our technologies.

    The reason for us to start our own testing program in 1999 was to avoid the long waiting times for external test beds. Having all the test facilities in-house means our customers receive their blades sooner. Click for a short summary of activities carried out at the Technology Center.