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Gallery: GE turbines on Manitoulin Island, Canada

CANADA: GE has released pictures of its turbines installed at the 60MW McLean's Mountain project in Ontario.

  • GE's 2.85MW turbine at McLean's Mountain project, Canada

    GE's 2.85MW turbine at McLean's Mountain project, Canada

  • McLean's Mountain is owned by Canadian developer Northland Power

    McLean's Mountain is owned by Canadian developer Northland Power

  • There are 24 GE turbines installed at the project site

    There are 24 GE turbines installed at the project site

  • The project is located on Manitoulin Island, Ontario

    The project is located on Manitoulin Island, Ontario

  • Construction was completed in 2014

    Construction was completed in 2014

  • The project area covers 2000 hectares

    The project area covers 2000 hectares

  • The turbines have a 103-metre diametre rotor

    The turbines have a 103-metre diametre rotor

  • GE has installed 1500 turbines in Canada

    GE has installed 1500 turbines in Canada

  • Most of GE's turbines are installed in Ontario

    Most of GE's turbines are installed in Ontario

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GE installed 24 2.85-103 turbines at the project, located on Manitoulin Island, southern Canada on the border with the United States.

The project is owned by Canadian developer Northland Power and Mnidoo Mnising Power, a Canadian power firm formed by tribal council, the United Chiefs, and Councils of Mnidoo Mnising First Nations, based on Manitoulin Island. Construction of the project was completed this year and covers 20 square kilometres of land. 

Pictures were released at the same time as GE announced that it has installed its 1,500th wind turbine in Canada. GE has now has 2GW of installed wind capacity across the country.

The turbine manufacturer made the announcement at the Canadian Wind Energy Association's 30th annual conference in Montreal.

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