April 17, 2019
NEMMO Project started already on April 2019. INPRE will be one of the 12 international partners researching for developing innovative more lasting and anti-fouling tidal blades in composites.
This is a 42 months project funded by the European Commision inside its Horizon 2020 program with 5MM€.
It is an honor for INPRE to manufacture large-scaled prototypes and to collaborate with the other companies with its expertise in composites in this R+D+i project.
Go NEMMO Project!
December 12, 2018
INPRE obtained the certificate `Commitment to Excellence´ from `FUNDACIÓN NAVARRA PARA LA EXCELENCIA´ (http://www.qnavarra.com/). This program is promoted by the Navarrian Government and shows the commitment of GRUPO INPRE COMPOSITES towards the continuous improvement. This Management program was created by Euskalit and includes all the business management, further than the ISO program.
Julio 4, 2018
GRUPO INPRE COMPOSITES works in R+D projects, too. Right now, we are following MAGALLANES RENOVABLES´ project for generating electricity from ocean streams. This technology is facing to large worldwide companies´ ones in the Scottish coast.
GRUPO INPRE COMPOSITES manufactured six 9m-long-blades for this project.
Last November, the audit company Lloyd's Register carried out the maintenance audit of our Integrated Management System, recommending certification under the new standards ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015, which replace the 2008 and 2004 versions respectively. At the same time, we maintain the certificate under OHSAS 18001:2007 standard.
This is another step that demonstrates the commitment of the entire organization of Inpre with Quality, Environment, Safety and Health.
August 30, 2016
This week has delivered the first nacelle model G132-3.3 MW in Gamesa facilities in Agreda (Spain), meeting once again the deadlines set in the project planning.
The G132-3.3 MW IIA wind turbine is integrated in the portfolio of Gamesa with a clear objective: to complement the product offer for medium-wind sites in markets where the customers require solutions with nominal powers higher than 3 MW.
The G132-3.3 MW turbine improves on the production capacity of the models G114-2.0 MW and G114-2.5 MW, available for Class II sites, both boosting the nominal power up to 3.3 MW and increasing the rotor swept area by 34%, which makes it one of the most efficient and cost-effective solutions for medium-wind sites.
This week it has been delivered the first nacelle of model G114-2.5 MW in Gamesa facilities in Agreda (Spain). This means that we have met the deadlines established in the planning of this project, with over 240 m2 GRP parts.
This machine joins the G114 family, where models 2.0 and 2.1 MW are already marketed, the latter of which the prototype was delivered at the end of 2014, representing an unprecedented project rate and gives a sample of the Inpre capacity to meet the needs of its customers.
These wind turbines of 2.5 MW, are developed for sites with medium and high winds, class II, with the goal of reducing the cost of energy in the product segment 2.0 - 3.0 MW in more than 10%.