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GE has filed a lawsuit against Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) and two business units, alleging patent infringements in variable speed wind turbines, Reuters is reporting.

GE has asked for a permanent injunction against MHI and the two U.S.-based units from using the technology. The lawsuit also seeks unspecified damages.

GE also says it plans to appeal an earlier decision by the U.S. International Trade Commission that found MHI did not infringe GE's wind turbine patent.

SOURCE: Reuters


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