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Vattenfall and GE to collaborate on giant wind turbine

GE Renewable Energy and Vattenfall are planning a collaboration on GE's 12 MW offshore wind turbine Haliade-X for projects in Europe.

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Swedish utility Vattenfall plans to collaborate with GE Renewable Energy on the US wind turbine supplier's new giant offshore turbine, Haliade-X with a 12 MW capacity, for projects in Europe.

"As a leader of the wind industry, we are constantly striving for top notch technology. The cooperation with GE Renewable Energy enables us to remain one step ahead in wind turbine technology developments," says Gunnar Groebler, senior vice president and head of business area wind at Vattenfall, in a press statement.

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