Discover How Steelmakers Can Meet Demand for Taller Wind Towers With Niobium

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To harvest the more dependable wind resources at higher altitudes, and for greater energy output and efficiency, wind tower hub heights of 100 meters (328 feet) and higher are becoming the new standard, up from 80 meters (262.5 feet) only 15 years ago. 

Unlike traditional steels unable to scale to the taller hub height, low carbon structural steel containing Niobium offers a solution. 

Discover how steel can maintain its advantage over alternative wind tower materials by downloading this white paper from CBMM North America, Inc. 

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