GE to supply turbines for North Central wind energy facilities in US

06 Apr 2021

GE Renewable Energy has reached an agreement with Invenergy to provide onshore wind turbines for the 1,485MW North Central wind energy facilities in Oklahoma, US.

Under the terms of the agreement, GE will deliver 492x2.X-127s and 39x2.X-116 turbines with varying nameplates and hub heights, for the North Central wind energy facilities.

The North Central wind energy facilities comprise three wind farms including the 999MW Traverse Wind Energy Centre, the 287MW Maverick Wind Energy Centre and the 199MW Sundance Wind Energy Centre.

Located in north central Oklahoma, the wind facilities are being developed by global developer and sustainable energy solutions operator Invenergy.

The Maverick and Sundance wind farms are expected to be completed in 2021, with Traverse in 2022. All three projects will be owned by American Electric Power (AEP) on completion.

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