Yet another wind OEM announces good news from India

Morgan Stanley-owned developer gives GE an order of almost 150 MW.

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Things are moving once again in India. In recent weeks, both Suzlon and Vestas have announced orders after years of waiting; and now it's GE's turn.

The US-based wind turbine manufacturer has received an order for 148.5 MW consisting of 55 model 2.7-132 units for the Morjar Bhuj project in the Indian state of Gujarat. Morgan Stanley-controlled developer Continuum Green Energy has placed the order, GE Renewable Energy informs in a statement.

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