Progress is built on ideas
The modified System 160+ allows Max Bögl to set new standards in dimension and efficiency. The world's highest wind turbine to date has been built using the established modular hybrid design in Hausbay-Bickenbach, Rhineland-Palatinate (Germany) this year. A 164-meter-high hybrid tower was erected, consisting of a prestressed concrete tower and two steel tube sections. A new hybrid tower system was also designed to meet the challenges presented by the demand for great hub heights, also on an international level. The newly developed system allows concrete sections to be produced directly on the project site, thus incorporating an increase in local content while maintaining the high quality standards of the renowned tower system. The mobile factory's modular structure guarantees optimum versatility to ensure that different project locations can be served worldwide within a short period of time.