3D printing, wooden materials and dizzying heights: How wind turbines are changing

CNBC | As technology progresses, the wind turbines that companies use to generate renewable energy are growing in size and productivity. 


Just last month, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy revealed it was developing a 14-megawatt giant that has 108-meter-long blades.


Another major player in the industry, GE Renewable Energy, has been working on the Haliade-X, which boasts a capacity of 12 MW, a height of 260 meters and a blade length of 107 meters.

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