April 17 (Bloomberg) -- China Longyuan Power Group Corp., the country’s largest wind-power developer, will use General Electric Co. turbines in Canada at its first project outside China.
Longyuan Power will install 31 of GE’s 1.6-100 turbines and 18 of its 2.75-103 model at the 100-megawatt Dufferin wind farm near Melanchthon, Ontario, the Fairfield, Connecticut-based conglomerate said today in a statement.
The turbines will be delivered next year, and Dufferin is expected to begin producing power in 2014. The project’s cost and terms of the order weren’t disclosed.
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