Since wind turbines are becoming larger and more powerful, technology must also evolve. Turbines must become more efficient and guarantee continuously sinking Levelized Costs of Energy (LCOE) for vendors. This technical term encapsulates the costs that arise when transforming one type of energy into electricity. This is where ZF Wind Power makes the difference. Thanks to their continuous technical further development, the team can quickly react to market demands and deliver products that guarantee low Levelized Costs of Energy – for both onshore wind turbines and those out at sea. Last year, operators of onshore and offshore wind farms recorded historically low costs. This makes wind energy more competitive than ever. Wind turbines on land are already the most cost-effective form of power generation in large parts of Europe, and offshore turbines are close behind.