GE Renewable Energy is calling on the transport and logistics industry to come with innovative solutions. With the next-generation of 13-MW wind turbines set to enter the market this year, the manufacturer is searching for efficient ways to handle these much bigger...
GE’s Haliade-X turbine has just set a new record: the prototype in Rotterdam produced 312 MWh in a single 24-hour period. With this, it breaks the previous record of 288 MWh in a single day. GE Renewable Energy will start series production of the turbines in the...
GE’s Power Conversion business will deliver an energy management and electric propulsion package intended for the new Combat Support Ship (CSS) in use at the Royal Netherlands Navy. The technology was selected for its low noise signature, high level of reliability and...
Siemens Gamesa has announced a new 14-megawatt (MW) offshore wind turbine to challenge GE’s 12-MW Haliade-X turbine. Figures show it will be slightly bigger than the Haliade-X, but the nacelle will be 100 tonnes lighter. ‘We’ve gone bigger for the better,’...
Testing of the world’s most powerful offshore wind turbine is in full swing. While GE’s first prototype of the twelve-megawatt Haliade-X has just produced its first kilowatts in Rotterdam, Spliethoff delivered a 107-metre blade in Boston where it will undergo a...
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