GE secures 200MW order

The US wind turbine manufacturer announces the second order of the week.

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GE Wind has bagged an order for 200MW, GE announces Thursday.

Scout Energy has placed an order for for 71 GE 2.8-127 units for the Sweetland Wind Project in the state of South Dakota, according to a press release issued by the client.

On Wednesday, GE Wind also reported to have secured an 80MW order consisting of 19 4.2-117 onshore wind turbines for the Japanese market from Green Power Investment.

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