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GE in 200MW US deal

UNITED STATES: GE has agreed to supply EDF Renewable Energy with up to 200 MW for its US projects, beginning construction this year.

GE could supply more than 100 of its 1.85MW turbine
GE could supply more than 100 of its 1.85MW turbine

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The first of the 1.85MW turbines will be deployed at EDF's Hereford wind project in the Texas Panhandle.

EDF recently executed a membership interest purchase agreement, under which the company has acquired the first 200MW phase of the Hereford project from Lincoln Renewable Energy, as well as an option agreement for a total of up to 500MW.

Vestas also announced the signing of a 750MW purchase agreement and an 80MW order with EDF on Friday. Developers are looking to start projects before the end of the year in order to make the most of the soon-to-expire production tax credit.

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