2015 Turbine Directory

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GE Energy
1 River Rd
Schenectady, NY 12345
  (518) 385-2211
  www.ge-energy.com/wind
  @GErenewables
  gepowerandwater

GE Chosen to Supply Turbines for Wind Project in Poland
GE announced that it will supply Lewandpol Company with 27 GE 2.5-103 wind turbines for the Galicja Wind Farm in Poland. Ten of the wind turbines are currently under construction, with another 17 planned to begin construction in 2015. Once operational, the 120 MW Galicja Wind Farm will generate the equivalent energy needed to power approximately 52,000 Polish homes for a year.

Galicja is GE’s first wind farm in the southern Polish region of Podkarpackie and will be one of the country’s largest wind farms.

“GE’s wind turbines are well suited to our sites,” said Andrzej Lewandowski of Lewandpol Company. “Foundation works started beginning of December and we are pleased to be working closely with GE as construction at the site progresses.”

Crido Legal operated with the Lewandpol Company as the legal and financial advisor for the transaction.  “We are very excited that we provided our extensive knowledge and experience in the purchasing phases and make such a relevant investment possible,” said Filip Grzesiak, senior associate, Crido Legal, the legal firm advising Lewandpol Company. GE Figure

“We are delighted that Lewandpol Company has chosen GE wind turbine technology,” said Cliff Harris, general manager for Africa, Europe, and the Middle East for GE’s renewable energy business. “This agreement highlights our commitment to Poland’s wind energy development.”

In 2013, Poland installed 894 MW of new wind capacity, ranking the country eighth highest in the world in terms of annual wind capacity growth, according to the GWEC’s Global wind report. At the end of 2013, Poland’s total installed capacity was 3.4 gigawatts (GW), nearly half of the of the 6.5 GW wind target by 2020, as defined in its National Renewable Energy Action Plan. Under its current energy policy, the Polish government forecasts additional wind growth reaching up to 13 GW by 2030 and 21 GW by 2050.

“GE is excited to help our customers in Poland work toward its goals for renewable energy growth in the country,” said Beata Stelmach, GE chief executive for Poland and the Baltics. “With an increasing electricity demand at 0.9 percent per year and aging power infrastructure, Poland needs to invest in modern, low-emission energy sources, and it has huge potential for wind energy.”

GE will ship the turbines from its manufacturing facility in Salzbergen, Germany, and the wind farm is expected to begin commercial operation by the end of 2015.

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Vestas
Vestas American Wind Technology, Inc.
1417 NW Everett Street
Portland, OR 97209
  (202) 955-0093
  www.vestas.com
  vestas
  @Vestas
  Vestas

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mitsubishi
MPSA Headquarters
100 Colonial Center Pkwy
Lake Mary, FL 32746
  (407) 688-6100
  www.mpshq.com
  mitsubishi-power-systems-americas

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MHI Vestas Offshore Wind
MHI Vestas Offshore Wind A/S
Dusager 4
8200 Aarhus N
Denmark
  +45 88 44 89 00
  www.mpshq.com
  MHIVestasOffshoreWind
  @MHIVestas
  MHIVestas
  mhi-vestas-offshore-wind

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Siemens
Siemens Energy Wind Power Americas
4400 Alafaya Trail
Orlando, FL 32826
  (407) 736-2482
  www.siemens.com/wind
  siemensusa
  @siemens_energy
  siemens

 

 

Siemens Releases Environmental Product Declarations on Turbine Portfolios
Siemens Wind Power and Renewables has published four new Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) brochures, each representing one of the company’s four product platforms, covering both geared and direct drive wind turbines for offshore and onshore projects. The figures are based on Life Cycle Assessments (LCA) of four defined wind power projects—two offshore wind plants with 80 wind turbines and two onshore wind projects with 20 wind turbines. The new brochures offer valuable figures of the environmental performance of Siemens’ products.

Central to LCA is the energy payback time calculation. This is the length of time the wind power plant has to operate in order to produce as much energy as it will consume during its entire lifecycle. In an onshore wind power plant with an average wind speed of 8.5 meters per second, the energy payback time of a Siemens SWT-3.2-113 wind turbine is 4.5 months.

 

Goldwind
Goldwind USA Inc.
200 W. Madison Ste 2800
Chicago, IL  60606
  (312) 948-8050
  www.goldwindamerica.com
   info@goldwindamerica.com
  GoldwindUSA
  @Goldwind_USA
  goldwind-usa

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Suzlon
Suzlon Wind Energy Corporation
8750 W Bryn Mawr Ave Ste 720
Chicago, IL 60631
  (773) 328-5080
  www.suzlon.com
  @Suzlon
  SuzlonGroup

 

 

 

 

 

 

Acciona
Acciona Energy USA, LLC
333 W Wacker Dr Ste 1500
Chicago, IL 60606
  (312) 673-3000
  www.acciona-na.com
  info@acciona-na.com
  ACCIONA.English
  @ACCIONA_EN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nordex 
Nordex USA, Inc.
300 S Wacker Dr Ste 1500
Chicago, IL 60606
  (312) 386-4111
  www.nordex-online.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gamesa
Gamesa Technology Corporation
1150 Northbrook Drive
Trevose, PA 19053
  (215) 715-3100
  www.gamesa.com/en
  @Gamesa_Official
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Senvion
Senvion USA Corp.
1600 Stout Street • Ste 2000
Denver, CO 80202
  (303) 302-9350
  www.senvion.com
  info.usa@senvion.com
  @Senvion_com