GE to supply wind turbines to Poland

GE will supply its 2.5 MW wind turbine to power the Żeńsko wind farm, a new facility being developed in northwestern Poland.

GE is supplying three of its 2.5-100 wind turbines to KSM Energia Sp. z o. o., owner of the wind energy project and under development by its majority shareholder, Renpro Sp. z o. o.

GE also has signed a 10-year, full service agreement to maintain the wind farm, which is expected to enter commercial operation by 4Q 2011.

About 94 percent of Poland’s electricity currently comes from domestic coal-fired power plants.

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