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GE Renewable bags 1,215 MW of onshore wind orders in China

GE Renewable Energy announced Dec. 23 that it secured 1,215 MW in orders or commitments for onshore wind turbines in China for 2019.

Among them include orders for 286 2.5-132 turbines for Huaneng's 715-MW Puyang Phase I and II wind farms in Henan; 114 2.5-132 turbines for Shenzhen Energy Corp.'s 285 MW Yangzhou and Pizhou wind farms in Jiangsu; and 33 2.7-132 turbines for HECIC New-energy Co.Ltd.'s 100-MW Balagedai II wind farm in Inner Mongolia.

The General Electric Co. unit also won a tender award for 46 2.5-132 turbines for Huaneng's 115 MW Mianchi and Zhenping wind farms in Henan. Financial terms of the orders were not disclosed.

All projects are scheduled for completion in 2020 and will power the equivalent of 85,0000 homes in China.