How GE Renewable Energy is seeking to offset inflation in ‘worst-hit’ onshore wind business

Increasing onshore wind prices is part of a strategy GE leadership is pursuing to combat cost pressures

by Craig Richard
GE Renewable Energy cited lower volumes and margins on new onshore wind turbines as the main reasons behind its $795 million loss in 2021
GE Renewable Energy cited lower volumes and margins on new onshore wind turbines as the main reasons behind its $795 million loss in 2021

Sign in to continue

Sign in 

Trouble signing in?

Reset password: Click here

Email: subscription@windpowermonthly.com

Call: 020 8267 4327

Take a 30-day trial

  • Join Windpower Monthly now and pay nothing for your first 30-days.

Register

Become a member

  • News and intelligence on global wind energy markets
  • Breaking industry news and email bulletins
  • Analysis of the lastest trends to help you make informed decisions
  • Searchable content archive dating back to 1994

Explore Membership Packages

Need to activate your subscription?
 
Already a subscriber
If you haven't already, activate your subscription here>>
 
Company Domain Access
If your company has a corporate subscription simply register your email address here to gain access