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NEG Micon

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NEG Micon
IndustryWind power
Defunct2004 (2004)
Area served
ProductsWind turbines

NEG Micon was a Danish wind turbine manufacturer. It was formed in 1997 as a result of a merger between Nordtank Energy Group (NEG) and Moerup Industrial Windmill Construction Company (Micon).[1]

The company was merged with another Danish wind turbine manufacturer, Vestas, in 2004, and it is now operating under that name. The company produced wind turbines for many different countries including Canada, Denmark, Germany, Sri Lanka and United States.

NEG Micon turbine had 35 different models,[2] and were very popular in the wind power industry, particularly the NM-48, NM-52, NM-72, and NM-82 turbines; and can be seen throughout major wind farms around the world.


  1. ^ "WIND ENERGY - THE FACTS (Volume 3)" (PDF). European Commission (Directorate-General for Energy). Retrieved 2013-03-05.
  2. ^ Product range of NEG Micon

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