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GE boosts Haliade-X to 14MW for third Dogger Bank site

GE's newly uprated 14MW Haliade-X is now the joint most powerful offshore wind turbine in the world

GE launched the Haliade-X model with a capacity of 12MW in March 2018, and recently uprated it to 13MW
GE launched the Haliade-X model with a capacity of 12MW in March 2018, and recently uprated it to 13MW

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GE Renewable Energy is due to supply an uprated 14MW version of its Haliade-X turbine for the 1.2GW third phase of SSE and Equinor’s Dogger Bank off the UK's east coast.

Its 14MW machine will be the joint most powerful offshore wind turbine in the world – on a par with Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy’s SG 14-222 DD model.

The turbine supply and service and warranty agreements for the 1200MW Dogger Bank C Dogger Bank C (1200MW) Offshoreoff Yorkshire, UK, Europe Click to see full details project in the North Sea are due to be finalised in the first quarter of 2021.

They will be subject to SSE and Equinor reaching financial close on the project in late 2021.

Turbine installation is scheduled to begin in 2025 ahead of project completion in 2026.

GE launched the Haliade-X model with a capacity of 12MW in March 2018.

It recently boosted the power rating of its Haliade-X prototype in the Port of Rotterdam to 13MW and will supply this version to the first two 1.2GW phases of the Dogger Bank complex.

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