More than 80% of the components in a wind turbine and its related infrastructure are made with steel.
ArcelorMittal’s steels have been successfully used in the manufacture of more than 10,000 onshore and offshore wind turbine towers since 2005.
ArcelorMittal produces an extensive portfolio of steels which are used in the major components of a wind farm: foundations, tower, nacelle, generator, gearbox, yaw, pitch and mooring ropes.
Lemvigh Müller uses ArcelorMittal steel for on- and offshore wind energy farms
Moray Firth - Scotland
East Anglia 3 - United Kingdom
The world’s largest floating offshore wind farm built with our ropes
ArcelorMittal's converter slag for the offshore wind and marine renewable energy sector
Wikinger offshore project
Siemens offshore wind farms
Fécamp & Courseulles – France
Jack-up rig legs for wind turbine installation vessels (WTIV)
GONDAN builds sustainable service vessels with greener propulsion using ArcelorMittal plates
Eolmed - France
Challenges as wind turbine producers aim to meet demand for more powerful generators
Chantiers de l’Atlantique diversifies into renewable energy using its skills and ArcelorMittal steel
Formosa 2 OWF - Taiwan
Floating wind turbines
Neart na Gaoithe - Scotland
Saint Brieuc - France