Alstom plans to test 6MW offshore wind turbine at Belwind

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French engineering giant aims to build world's largest direct drive permanent magnet generator

Alstom has entered the race to develop an offshore wind turbine capable of driving down the cost of energy, announcing plans to test its 6MW direct drive permanent magnet machine at the Belwind wind farm....

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