GE signs Spanish framework deal for 1 GW

Over the course of the next three years, the US-based OEM will supply turbines to Capital Energy's wind projects.

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General Electric Renewable Energy (GERE) and Spanish developer and independent power producer Capital Energy have put their signatures on a new framework agreement entailing orders for up to 1 GW slated for delivery ahead of 2023.

Capital Energy has a project portfolio of wind and solar farms with a combined effect of 38 GW in Spain and Portugal, and the IPP won 620 MW in further subsidized wind allocations from Spain's latest capacity auction.

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