GE Vernova Supplies Turbines for 248MW Wind Farm in Montana

, a wind turbine manufacturer, has commenced the delivery of turbines for a 248MW wind project in , .

The project, located in Stillwater County, is being developed by (PSE) and will feature GE Vernova's 2.8MW 127m turbines. The Beaver Creek wind farm is expected to create job opportunities, employing an estimated 150-200 skilled workers during construction and requiring 10-15 permanent on-site workers for operation.

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The wind farm will connect to NorthWestern Energy's system and utilize existing PSE transmission lines to deliver wind energy to PSE customers.

Stephen Swift, Chief Commercial Officer of GE Vernova Wind, expressed satisfaction with the collaboration, stating, “We are pleased to work with Puget Sound Energy to supply their Beaver Creek Wind Project, which takes advantage of Montana's strong wind profile to help them drive their clean energy transformation.”

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He highlighted the compatibility of GE Vernova's turbines with PSE's clean energy goals, emphasizing the turbines' ability to deliver safe and reliable energy.

Jim Hogan, Director of Major Projects at PSE, expressed excitement about the project and the partnership with GE Vernova, stating, “Our partnership with GE Vernova on this project helps us as we take another step forward in delivering one of the most ambitious clean energy transformations of any utility in the country.”


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