GE wins 67.5MW Polish deal

POLAND: GE has been handed a contract from energy firm Lewandpol for the supply of 67.5MW in turbines for a project in Podkarpackie, southern Poland.

GE will supply 27 2.5MW turbines to the project in south Poland

GE will supply 27 2.5-103 turbines to the first phase of the 120MW Galicja project, which is set to become one of Poland's largest sites.

The first ten turbines are currently under construction, with a further 17 due for construction in 2015.

Lewandpol said foundations work had started at the site at the beginning of December.

GE was handed another Polish contract in September after PGE Energia Natury PEW ordered 16 2.5-100 turbines.

The Polish government is targetting up to 13 GW of wind by 2030 and 21 GW by 2050.