GE to provide 66 MW of wind power to Japan’s Akita region

By Michelle Froese GE Renewable Energy announced an agreement with Shimizu Corporation to supply 22 units of GE’s 3.2-103 wind turbines, for the Akita Katagami wind farm in the Akita prefecture in northern Japan.
The Akita Katagami wind farm will have the country’s largest installation in terms of wind farm capacity of GE’s 3.2-103 turbines, which were designed for Japan’s unique wind conditions and terrain
A Special Purpose Company (SPC) made up of Venti Japan, Mitsubishi Power Corp and C-Tech will operate the wind farm once it is commissioned.
The project will provide 66 MW of power, enough to power the equivalent of 40,000 homes in

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