GE (NYSE: GE) will supply 38, 2.5 MW wind turbines for four wind projects in construction in northern Poland. When operational, these projects, referred to collectively as Darlowo Wind Energy Center--Phase Two (Darlowo--Phase Two).
Invenergy Wind LLC and Polish development company Enerco sp. z o.o. are collaborating to develop nine wind energy generation projects in the region in and around Darlowo, near the Baltic Sea. GE provided 32 wind turbines for the 80 MW Darlowo--Phase One, which was fully commissioned in March 2011. Darlowo--Phase One is comprised of the Weikowice, Jezyce and Dobieslaw projects.
Darlowo--Phase Two, comprised of the Boryszewo, Krupy, Stary Jaroslaw and Nowy Jaroslaw facilities, will bring the total installed capacity of wind energy in the Darlowo area to 175 MW.
Darlowo--Phase Three will consist of two additional projects--Gorzyca and Pekanino--which currently are under contract and will bring the total output of the projects to 250 MW.
The wind turbines for the Darlowo--Phase Two will be assembled at GE's facility in Salzbergen, Germany. Commercial operation of the turbines is to begin in the fourth quarter of 2012.
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