GE wins 187 MW Lithuania wind order
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GE Renewable Energy said in a press release that it has secured a 187-MW (megawatt) turbine order in Lithuania from Danish developer European Energy.
The order is for three new projects, two in Telsiai and one in Rokiskis, in the northern part of the country.
The three projects will use 34 GE Cypress wind turbines and builds on the partnership between the two companies, following an earlier order for 22 turbines at three wind farms in November 2020. The six wind farms being developed by European Energy in Lithuania and hosting the Cypress turbines will have a total capacity of 308 MW.
The agreement also includes a 25-year full-service contract.
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