"We're really excited by our 3MW series that we can take out to Europe and our land-constrained markets and we really think we're going to change our dynamics," said McCabe at Windpower 2017.
McCabe also said the repowering segment offered a lot of opportunities: "The best wind sites were built out ten or fifteen years ago, with ten or fifteen year old technology.
"So you can upgrade those sites and really get a lot more economic value for our customers and utilities," McCabe said.
McCabe was appointed to lead GE's onshore business in February 2017, succeeding Anne McEntee who moved to lead the firm's services business.
"This is the first inning. It's early, it's a young business. And when I look at our technology in our global research centre, in our businesses, it is exponential opportunity out there," he added.