LM Wind Power is expanding its presence in China. At a trade fair in China, the GE-owned turbine blade manufacturer signed a three-year agreement with the country's largest turbine producer, Goldwind, regarding the supply of blades for turbines with a total capacity rating of 1.1 GW. LM has delivered blades to Goldwind throughout the last eight years, but this agreement marks the most extensive deal to date, reports LM Wind Power in a statement.
The new agreement pertains blade types LM66,9 P, LM 66,9 P2 and LM 69, 0 P – in other words, blades for turbines with a rotor diameters between 137 and 142 meters. These will be fitted to Goldwind's two largest onshore platforms, GW3S and 4SMW PMDD, which with their 3-4 MW capacity ratings are intended just as much for the international market as for the domestic.
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