GE starts producing 107-meter blades

The US-based OEM's subsidiary, LM Wind Power, launches its second production line molding blades of 107 meters in France.

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LM Wind Power, a subsidiary of General Electric Renewable Energy, starts its second production line for wind turbine blades of 107 meters at the company's factory in Cherbourg, France.

From its humble beginnings making 7.7-meter blades in 1978, the Danish subsupplier has come a long way in now manufacturing a component of the largest current model, GE's Haliade-X offshore platform.

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