ScanWind

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ScanWind Group AS
Former type Private
Industry Manufacturing
Fate Acquired
Successor(s) General Electric
Founded 1999
Defunct 2009 (2009)
Headquarters Trondheim, Norway
Key people Inge Skulstad Garshol (CEO)
Svein Sivertsen (Chairman)
Products wind turbines
Revenue NOK 127 million (2006)
Operating income NOK -51 million (2006)
Profit NOK -52 million (2006)

ScanWind was a Norwegian manufacturing company that produces wind turbines. In 2009 Scanwind was bought by General Electric, and formed the ground for GE Wind Energy as in Norway. The company has its head office in Trondheim and production facilities in Verdal, both Norway, as well as engineering division in Karlstad, Sweden. The company was founded in 1999.

The two models produced by ScanWind are ScanWind 3000 DL with an output of 3.0 MW and ScanWind 3500 DL at 3.5 MW. These windmills have been installed in the Hundhammerfjellet wind farm in Nærøy, owned by NTE.'