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GE says it will provide 43 wind turbines to Turkish energy developer Fina Enerji for four new wind projects in western Turkey.

GE will supply nine 1.6-100 wind turbines for the Kizilcaterzi Wind Farm, 10 1.6-100 machines for the Karadere Wind Farm, 14 2.75-100 wind turbines for the Sadilli Wind Farm and 10 2.75-100 machines for the Salman Wind Farm.

The Turkish government plans to increase the country's wind energy capacity to 20 GW by 2023. Turkey has one of the most favorable locations in the region for wind energy, with a potential wind power capacity of 48 GW, according to GE.




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