GE seeks green light for new Haliade-X design in court

After losing a case against Siemens Gamesa, and therefore the right to sell the turbine model in the US, GE is seeking court approval for a new design.
Photo: GE Renewable Energy
Photo: GE Renewable Energy
by anne filbert, translated by catherine brett

GE wants court approval to sell its Haliade-X model, basing its case on the model’s two new designs, media Renews reports.

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