GE announces 1.4 GW of onshore wind projects in Australia

30 January 2024

GE Vernova’s Onshore Wind business on 29 January confirmed the signing of a strategic framework agreement with Squadron Energy for 1.4 GW of onshore wind projects in New South Wales, Australia. The agreement was initially announced by Squadron Energy earlier this month to mark the start of construction of the Uungala Wind Farm.

The agreement, which was achieved in the fourth quarter of 2023, was publicly confirmed following a groundbreaking ceremony earlier this month. As part of the agreement, Squadron Energy entered into a $2.75 billion green strategic alliance for wind turbine supply with GE Vernova, which will supply Squadron Energy’s 414 MW Uungula Wind Farm with its 6 MW wind turbines and engineering, procurement and construction expertise through its consortium partners CCP, and will also supply turbines for Squadron Energy’s next two NSW projects – Spicers Creek and Jeremiah wind farms.

Image: GE Vernova's 6 MW onshore wind turbine (courtesy of GE Vernova)

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