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GE has introduced the 1.7-103 wind turbine, its first wind turbine developed and engineered specifically for India's low-wind speed conditions. The company says the 1.7-103 provides a 30% increase in annual energy production compared to its predecessor, the 1.6-82.5 wind turbine.

"The launch of our new 1.7-103 wind turbine is a testament to GE's commitment to energizing India and catering to India’s low-wind-speed environment. Our latest offering underscores the company’s effort to provide localized solutions to India,” says Banmali Agrawala, president and CEO of GE South Asia. “As GE’s latest wind turbine for India’s low wind speed, the 1.7-103 offers performance and reliability that exceeds industry standards. With the 1.7-103, GE has invested in powering India in a cleaner way.”





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