Iberdrola sets up firm focused on recycling wind turbine blades


Wind turbine blades photographed at a site in Denmark. The issue of what to do with blades when they’re no longer needed is a headache for the industry.

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Spanish energy firm Iberdrola has jointly established a company that will recycle components used in renewable energy installations, including wind turbine blades.

In a statement last week Iberdrola said the company, known as EnergyLOOP, would develop a blade recycling facility in Navarre, northern Spain.

“The initial objective will be the recovery of wind turbine blade components — mostly glass and carbon fibres and resins — and their reuse in sectors such as energy, aerospace,…


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