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According to the ministry of New and Renewable Energy, wind power accounts for almost 70% of the total installed capacity in the renewable energy sector. …

According to the ministry of New and Renewable Energy, wind power accounts for almost 70% of the total installed capacity in the renewable energy sector.

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  • 1. GE's Class I 1.5-77 wind turbine is known for its turbine performance and reliability. GE advanced its original Class I wind turbine, the 1.5-70.5, with increased rotor length, and controls technology resulting in a greater annual energy production.
  • 2. The company's 1.6-82.5 wind turbine provides additional annual energy production relative to the 1.5-82.5 wind turbine. Coupled with industry-leading low cost of electricity, this additional output equates to higher customer value.
  • 3. GE's 1.6/1.7-100 wind turbines offer a 47% increase in swept area when compared to the 1.6-82.5 turbine, resulting in 20% increase for the 1.6-100 and 24% increase for the 1.7-100 AEP at 7.5 m/s.
  • 4. GE continues to advance its 1.5 MW platform with the introduction of the 1.85-82.5 wind turbine. GE's 1.85-82.5 wind turbine is now the turbine of choice for high wind regimes.
  • 5. GE’s 1.6-87 Increased customer value through product evolution. With11% increase in swept area over the 1.6-82.5, incremental AEP equates to higher customer value
  • 6. The 2.5-100 is a product of GE’s evolution in the wind industry and is a leader in the multi-megawatt wind sector. Higher efficiency, increased reliability, improved maintainability and seamless grid integration make it a powerhouse of precision.
  • 7. GE's 2.5-120 the world's most efficient high output brilliant wind turbine. It's the first wind turbine to combine world-class efficiency and power output at low wind speed sites.
  • 8. GE's 2.5 MW series wind turbine platform moves to a wider range of site applications by introducing the 2.85-100 and 2.85-103 wind turbines for increased customer value.
  • 9. Building on the exceptional performance of the 2.5 MW fleet, GE’s new 3.2-103 brilliant wind turbine generates an impressive 5% increase in energy output while providing the same reliable performance of the 2.85-103.

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