GE Vernova Secures €700 Million Turbine Order in Spain

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GE Vernova has secured a €700 million contract from Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) to supply turbines for a 760 MW Teruel wind project in Spain. The project involves the delivery, installation and commissioning of 125 GE Vernova 6.1-158 units for the Maestrazgo cluster of the Teruel wind project.

Additionally, the contract includes a 15-year full-service agreement. CIP projects an investment of €1 billion for the wind farm’s construction, to which a further €1.4 billion will be added in operation and maintenance costs over the project’s lifespan.

Furthermore, the wind farm is expected to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 320,000 tonnes annually. The turbine blades for the 125 units are set for production at GE Vernova’s facility in Les Coves de Vinroma, Castellon and the towers at other suppliers’ plants in Albacete, Burgos and Galicia.

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