The V120-2.2 MW™ optimises park level production under stable low to medium wind conditions.
V120-2.2 MW™ at a glance
Vestas' V120-2.2 MW™ is built on the successful installation of more than 54 GW of the 2 MW turbines. The V120-2.2 MW™ is built to generate more energy in stable low to medium wind conditions, achieving AEP improvements of up to 14%*.
With its 19 %* larger swept area , the V120-2.2 MW™ is harvesting more energy from available wind and setting a new benchmark for park level LCoE performance.
This latest extension to the globally trusted 2 MW platform combines advanced aerodynamic engineering with deep, insight-based operational data to aggressively drive down the cost of energy where it matters - at park level. On a MW constrained site, the V120-2.2 MW™ benefits from larger rotors, delivering a more stable energy production with a higher power output at lower wind speeds. Ultimately, this means higher certainty in power performance.
*Compared to the V110-2.0 MW®
**Site dependent; compared to V110-2.0 MW®
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V120-2.2 MW™ IEC IIB/IEC S
- High Wind Operation
- Power Mode (site specific)
- Condition Monitoring System
- Vestas Ice Detection
- Smoke Detection
- Vestas Shadow Flicker Control System
- Low Temperature Operation to -30˚C
- Aviation Lights
- Aviation Markings on the Blades
- Vestas InteliLight™
- Vestas Bat Protection System
Power regulation operational data
2 MW Platform
Our 2 MW platform provides industry-leading reliability, serviceability and availability and is one of the most trusted platforms in the industry. The platform is built on technology that has been proven in the field over more than a decade.
With the latest addition of rotor sizes, the 2 MW platform offers a competitive selection of turbines for all wind segments. The platform’s predictability allows customers to forecast confidently, while the tried-and-tested design ensures energy production at the lowest possible cost on low, medium
and high-wind onshore sites, even in extreme weather conditions.
In addition, remote monitoring and easy servicing keep operational costs at a minimum, while its highly-tested components and power and control systems enhance reliability.
V120-2.0 MW™ prototype installed
The V120-2.0 MW prototype was installed at the Lem Kær wind park in Western Jutland, Denmark, producing the first kilowatt hour of electricity in 2018. An extensive test and verification programme ensured reliability before full-scale production and first deliveries. The turbine at Lem Kær was converted into a V120-2.2 MW prototype in the fourth quarter of 2018.
Having announced the V120-2.0 MW turbine in the spring of 2017, the upgraded V120-2.2 MW includes a stronger gearbox and reinforced blades that strengthen performance in higher wind and turbulence conditions.