General information about Suzlon S66 wind turbines
The S66 is part of Suzlon’s classic fleet of wind turbines. Production began in 2002 and the S66 was eventually phased out in 2016. During that period a total of 3673.75 MW capacity was installed globally (counting S66, S64 and similar turbines).
Suzlon designed the S66 with a dual-rating asynchronous generator and a pitch system that makes the turbine capable of delivering an optimum energy yield within a wide wind range with proportionally low loads.
Nordic Wind Technology offers two certified retrofit solutions for Suzlon S66 turbines: a MITA solution and a Bachmann solution.