Electrical and mechanical inefficiencies in wind farm systems can cost millions.


Wind farms can have system
inefficiencies of up to 10% which
translate into $2M per year for a
100MW installation

The Levelized Cost of Electricity (LCOE)
for wind is expected to decrease by
 by 2026

Wind power is expected to represent
13% of the global power mix by 2040
(vs. 7% in 2015)

The GE Advantage

GE Energy Connections helps to maximize efficiency gains in wind turbines and wind farm environments by optimizing the wind to grid connection.


GE's system optimization approach can help you save up to $0.6M
per year for a 100MW wind farm

GE partners with customers across the entirety of the project
lifecycle, driving sustainable and more efficient wind power

GE's Offering for Wind Power Generation

GE Energy Connections partners with turbine manufacturers and wind farm stakeholders
to help reduce Levelized Cost of Electricity (LCOE).

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