Under the framework agreement, GE will remotely manage the 900-plus turbines, which include multiple OEM and turbine types.
The agreement is for 11 years, said Chad Reed, director of investor relations at New York-based TerraForm.
"GE Renewable Energy now manages more than 70GW of renewable energy globally," added Anne McEntee, CEO for GE Renewable Energy Digital Solutions.
"We focus on what matters most to them—outcomes that increase revenue, reduce costs and lower risk," she noted.
If any part of the fleet is underperforming, or an anomaly is detected, GE says it will automatically alert and dispatches technicians to remedy the issue.
GE will also help with blade repairs and with training on-site personnel.