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GE to sell oil company large quantities of wind turbines

The world's sixth largest oil company has entered into a framework agreement with the US conglomerate GE regarding a partnership to develop a range of green projects in everything from waste plants to offshore wind farms.

Two of the world's largest companies are working together to develop green energy projects. The US industry conglomerate GE has entered into a framework agreement with the Italian oil company Eni. The deal does not have a defined time frame or scope but includes a comprehensive list of technological developments.

The agreement covers the construction of large scale projects within onshore and offshore wind as well as solar plants. However it also covers electrification of Eni's assets, waste plants, and hybrid projects between gas and renewable energy, writes Eni in a press release.

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