- Published: 14 December 2017 14 December 2017
GE Renewable Energy and GE Power have announced agreements to provide 270MW of wind energy capacity to Wind Energy Holding for the Theparak Wind Farm in Central Thailand.
GE Renewable Energy is set to provide a total of ninety 3.0-137 wind turbines with 156.5 metres hybrid towers. GE Power will supply the wind turbine's electric drive train with generators and pitch motors and will also supply the collector and grid interconnection substation packages, including high voltage switchgears, transformers, SCADA controls, telecommunications and power systems studies for the wind farm. The 270MW of capacity will be installed in three phases of 90MW each and is scheduled to begin commercial operations in 2018. The scope of the project also includes a 15-year Full Service Agreement between Wind Energy Holding and GE Renewable Energy.