The original supplier of the planned turbine pulled-out of the deal after changes to health and safety regulations rendered its designs obsolete.
Leaders of the Olympic Delivery Authority now looking at options for renewable energy infrastructure across the site in a bid to hit targets of delivering 20% of energy from renewable sources.
The wind turbine had been proposed for Eton Manor in the north of the site.
ODA Chief Executive David Higgins said: “We have carried out an exhaustive process with the industry and suppliers over the last 2 years to find a viable way of delivering a wind turbine on the Olympic Park site.
“However, the industry environment has changed and that means the project is no longer feasible.
“We have a strong track record in sustainability and we remain committed to meeting the challenging renewable energy targets we have set ourselves.
“Our focus is now on researching a number of alternative renewable energy options across the Olympic Park site to help contribute to these targets and compliment the other state-of-the art new energy infrastructure we are building.”
Options include the installation of photo voltaic solar panels at locations around the Olympic Park and the installation of a biomass gasification combined heat and power unit.