GE gains access to courted wind market

The US wind turbine manufacturer has secured an order for 122 MW through a partnership with a state-owned oil company.

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Yet another wind turbine manufacturer is entering the Argentinian wind energy market. US General Electric has along with Argentinian YPF Luz signed an agreement to invest USD 144 million in the installation of Los Teros Wind Farm at 122 MW capacity, consisting of 32 GE 3.83 MW turbines. Construction of the facility, located at Azul in the Buenos Aires region, is planned to begin in November.

"We are excited to be partnering with YPF Luz to help them achieve their renewable energy goals. This project also reinforces GE's commitment to invest and grow in Argentina," says GE Onshore Wind Business General Manager Vikas Annand in a corporate announcement.

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