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GE Wind Turbine equipment

  • GE - Model 2.5-120 and 2.75-120 - Wind Turbine

    Designed for IEC Wind Class IIIs, GE’s 2.75-120 wind turbine features a 120-meter rotor in combination with the proven single-blade pitch control. The 2.75-120 offers the latest enhancements in load management controls, low acoustic emissions, efficient electrical power conversion and robust performance.

    By General Electric based in Fairfield, CONNECTICUT (USA). from Wind Turbine Product line

  • GE - Model 1.85-87 - Wind Turbine

    GE’s 1.85-87 wind turbine is designed for Class IIs winds, and offers an 11% increase in swept area and an extra 230 kW output at rated wind speed compared to the 1.6-82.5 turbine. The increase in blade swept area results in a 10% increase in Annual Energy Production (AEP) at 8.5 m/s.

    By General Electric based in Fairfield, CONNECTICUT (USA). from Wind Turbine Product line

  • GE - Model 1.7-100/103 - Wind Turbine

    GE’s 1.7-100/103 wind turbine offers a 47% increase in swept area when compared to GE’s 1.6-82.5 turbine, resulting in a 24% increase in Annual Energy Production (AEP) at 7.5 m/s. This increase in blade swept area allows greater energy capture and improved project economics for wind developers. The 1.7-100/103 uses GE’s ...

    By General Electric based in Fairfield, CONNECTICUT (USA). from Wind Turbine Product line

  • GE - Model 1.85-82.5 - Wind Turbine

    The GE 1.85-82.5 is the turbine of choice for IEC class II winds, and provides over 7% more AEP than the 1.6-82.5 at 8.5 m/s. The 1.85-82.5 turbine is available in tower heights of both 80 and 65 meters. These tower sizes both provide flexible options for Class II wind sites,as well as higher energy capture in a variety of challenging ...

    By General Electric based in Fairfield, CONNECTICUT (USA). from Wind Turbine Product line

  • GE - Model 2.2-2.4 MW - Platform Wind Turbine

    GE’s 2.2-2.4MW, 107m rotor wind turbine is an advanced evolution of the 1.x series, providing a 35% increase in Annual Energy Production (AEP) over its predecessor, the 1.85-87 (at a 2.4 rating). Designed for medium wind speeds, the 2.2-2.4MW turbine provides a 51% increase in swept area with the 107m rotor, and an extra 350-450 kW output at ...

    By General Electric based in Fairfield, CONNECTICUT (USA). from Wind Turbine Product line

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