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GE Renewable Energy

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48499 Salzbergen

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GE Renewable Energy produces wind turbines (WTG) in Germany, France, China, India, Brasil and the United States. The European headquarter for Onshore Wind is located in Salzbergen, while the German head office for the offshore activities is in Hamburg. In addition to the factory, the Salzbergen site houses a training center and a customer service center for the remote control of more than 5,000 WTGs (24 hours/365 days). GE´s current portfolio includes onshore turbines ranging from 1.7 to 4.8 MW as well as project management, product management, engineering, service and maintenance. With a nominal capacity of 4.8 MW and a rotor diameter of 158 meters, the new 4.8-158 from GE is optimized for low and medium windsites in Germany. The 3 MW class offers two rotor diameters of 130 and 137 meters, power ratings from 3.2 to 3.8 MW and hub heights between 85 and 164.5 meters. In the offshore segment, GE has the Haliade* 150-6MW – a next-generation offshore turbine that combines virtually unparalleled size with a high power output.

Buisness Sectors

wind energy, service

Products and Services

wind turbines GE Renewable Energy

Onshore / Offshore turbine typerotor
hub heighttotal heightnet frequency
Onshore2.75-12012085m/110m/139m145m/170m/199m50Hz & 60Hz
Onshore2.85-10310370m/75m/85m/98.3m121.5m/126.5m/136.5m/150m50Hz & 60Hz
Onshore3.4 bis 3.6-137137110m/131,4m/164,5m178,5m/199,9m/233m50Hz & 60Hz
Onshore3.2 bis 3.8-13013085m/110m/134m150m/175m/199m50Hz & 60Hz
Onshore4.8-158158101m, 120,9m, 161m180m, 199,9m, 240m
OffshoreHaliade* 150-6MW150100m (or depending on location)N/A50Hz & 60Hz

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Jobs bei GE Renewable Energy

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Certification & Compliance Engineer (f/m/d) Salzbergen