GE Sets A New Ambitious Goal- Build The World’s Largest Wind Turbine

45% More Capacity Than Existing Models

General Electric is planning to invest $400 Million to build the largest offshore wind turbine-Haliade-X for France. The turbines will have a capacity of producing 12 megawatts of electricity. They will stand 260 meters above the sea. That is only 64 meters less than the length of the Eiffel Tower and 168 meters more than the length of The Statue of Liberty.

World’s Largest Wind Turbine

According to John Flannery, CEO, and Chairman of GE,  they want to lead the renewable energy movement. The company believes that offshore wind turbines have great potential and they will dedicate all their resources to introduce new inventions in this area.

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