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UK - USA – France. Tuesday 01/10/2019 – energiesdelamer.eu- Great news -  GE Renewable Energy has been chosen as preferred supplier to provide turbines for Britain’s Dogger Bank offshore wind project being developed by SSE and Equinor, the companies said on Tuesday.

 

The three Dogger Bank wind projects in the North Sea will use GE’s Haliade-X turbine, which with a capacity of 12 megawatts (MW) is the world’s most powerful turbine.

“Dogger Bank will now be home to the largest offshore wind turbines in the world and this pioneering low carbon technology, which will play a central role in helping the UK become carbon neutral by 2050,” Paul Cooley, director of capital projects at SSE Renewables, said in a statement.

Ørsted is also set to use the Haliade-X for two U.S. projects, with the first off the Maryland coast expected to begin operation in 2022.

 

SSE and Equinor won contracts for the three Dogger Bank projects under Britain’s latest renewable subsidy auction, which cleared at a record low for offshore wind last month.

 

The cost of developing offshore wind projects has plummeted over the last few years, largely due to the increase in the size of turbines. The most powerful turbine currently in commercial operation is Vestas’ 9.5 MW turbine.

 

Source : Reuters / General Electric

 

 

Points de repère

 

01.10/2019 - General Electric : Equinor et SSE Renewables misent sur Haliade-X pour Dogger Bank

 

19/09/2019 - Ørsted to pioneer deployment of GE’s next generation offshore wind turbine. Ørsted, has selected GE Renewable Energy as the preferred turbine supplier for two of its US offshore wind farms which marks the world’s first commercial deployment of GE’s Haliade-X 12MW offshore wind turbine. 

 

14/08/2019 – GE Renewable Energy a fait convoyer la première nacelle Haliade-X 12 de son site de production situé à Montoir de Bretagne près de Saint-Nazaire, en France, au Port de Rotterdam, aux Pays-Bas. L’ITV exclusive de Stéven Curet Président de GE Wind France.


 
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