Windmill Blades Market Research -

by Global Market Research Analyst

In the coming decades, the EU intends to build at least 60 gigawatts of offshore wind capacity by 2030 and 300 gigawatts by 2050. Outside of Europe, offshore wind energy investments are also on the rise. In addition, onshore wind energy is gaining popularity. Several organizations promoting renewable energy have called for a ban on the disposal of shovels in landfills across Europe. The majority of blades used in this area land here. According to the market database, it has been estimated that 15,000 turbine blade units will reach their end in the United Kingdom and EU by 2023. As the future unfolds, there will be an increase in waste production.

According to the market database, Vestas, a Denmark-based company announced that their wind turbines would produce zero waste by 2040. The company plans to manufacture recyclable axles and blades from 44 percent to 50 percent in 2025 and 55 percent in 2030. The concept of zero waste refers to the conservation of materials and resources in all aspects of production and consumption, including recycling, reusing, and recovering materials without incineration.

Another company, Vortex Bladeless, a Madrid-based company has developed a wind energy system shaped like a miniature turbine tower.  As part of an EU-funded project, the company developed the oscillating wind towers as a low-cost, low-maintenance, and low-noise alternative to wind turbines. It works by wobbling as the air passes around it and building up vortices behind it, a phenomenon known as vortex shedding. Additionally, the company claims that tests have revealed that Vortex columns generate electricity for roughly 30% less than conventional wind turbines largely because of their low manufacturing costs and ease of installation.

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