The V150-4.2 MW™ offers a very high capacity factor, optimising production at low wind sites.
V150-4.2 MW™ at a glance
Since its first installation in 2019, the V150-4.2 MW™ has been one of the most sold turbine variants in the Vestas onshore wind turbine portfolio.
Its high capacity factor leads to a 21 percent increase in annual energy production compared to the V136-3.45 MW®, representing one of the highest producing onshore low wind turbines within the 4 MW platform, while achieving a sound power level of only 104.9 dB(A) to serve sound-sensitive regions.
available for the
- Power Optimised Mode up to 4.2 MW (site specific)
- Load Optimised Mode down to 3.6 MW
- Condition Monitoring System
- Service Personnel Lift
- Vestas Ice Detection
- Low Temperature Operation to -30°C
- Fire Suppression
- Vestas Shadow Flicker Control System
- Vestas Bat Protection System
- Nacelle Hatch for Air Inlet
- Aviation Lights
- Aviation Markings on the Blades
- Vestas InteliLight™
Power regulation operational data
Pitch regulated with variable speed
Cut-in wind speed
Cut-out wind speed
Re cut-in wind speed
Standard operating temperature range
from -20°C* to +45°C with de-rating above 30°C
104.9dB(A) Sound Optimised modes dependent on site and country
full blade feathering with 3 pitch cylinders
Height for transport
Height installed (incl. CoolerTop®)
two planetary stages and one helical stage
Site and country specific
Max. transport height
Max. transport width
Max. transport length
Max. weight per unit for transportation
70 metric tonnes
Return on energy break-even
Lifetime return on energy
Configuration 115m hub height and wind class IECIIIB. Depending on site-specific conditions
The Vestas 4 MW platform sets new standards for onshore wind performance within regimes ranging from very strong wind and typhoon conditions to low wind.
IEC IIIB/IEC S
IEC IIIB/IEC S
The V150-4.2 MW™ IEC IIIB/IEC S is designed for low-wind sites.
The performance and versatility of the 4 MW platform has been proven with more than 61 GW installed in 57 countries since 2010.