Introducing: Wind Views | Rotor Fly from Above

Introducing “Wind Views,” a weekly photo series dedicated showcasing the beauty of what we do at One Energy. Come for the cool views, stay for the accompanying educational tidbits!

Today’s feature was taken during the construction of a Wind for Industry project in Ohio. A One Energy employee can be seen exiting the hatch of the nacelle, as the rotor (three wind turbine blades affixed to a hub) is lifted via crane. This activity is often referred to as the “rotor fly.”

Want to learn more about the parts of a wind turbine? Visit page “4.1 Energy Terminology” of this website!