GE Wind Turbines Will Power 1.2 GW Of Wind Energy In Ontario By 2015

Posted by NAW Staff on April 04, 2012 No Comments
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GE says its wind turbines have been selected to power nine new wind projects in the province of Ontario, adding approximately 650 MW of renewable energy to the province's electric grid.

When the projects are fully built out by 2015, GE wind turbines will be delivering approximately 1.2 GW of wind energy in Ontario – enough to power 320,000 homes, the company says.

‘Ontario is a very hot wind market for GE right now,’ says Simon Olivier, general manager of renewable energy sales for GE Canada. "The Green Energy Act has created a very positive investment environment and helped fuel the growth of GE and renewable energy in Canada."

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