GE Wind Turbine Portfolio

At GE, product evolution is at our core, and we are continuously working to develop the next generation of wind energy. Beginning in 2002 with one wind turbine model, we now offer a full suite of turbines created for a variety of wind environments. We offer increased value to customers with proven performance, reliability, and availability. Our portfolio of turbines feature rated capacities from 1.7 MW to 3.4 MW (Onshore) and 6MW (Offshore), we are uniquely suited to meet the needs of a broad range of wind regimes. 

Our latest innovation in the Industrial Internet era, The Digital Wind Farm, is making our turbines smarter and more connected than ever before. A dynamic, connected and adaptable wind energy ecosystem, the Digital Wind Farm pairs our newest turbines with a digital infrastructure, allowing customers to connect, monitor, predict and optimize unit and site performance.

1.7-100/103 Turbine

High energy capture in low wind speed environments

1.7-100/103 Turbine  

1.85-87 Turbine

The turbine of choice for high wind regimes

1.85-87 Turbine  

1.85-82.5 Turbine

Capacity factor leadership in Class S winds

1.85-82.5 Turbine  

2.75-120 Turbine

Turbines specifically designed for Class III winds

2.75-120 Turbine  

2.0-2.4 Platform

A customizable family of turbines to enhance siting efficiency

2.0-2.4 Platform  

3.2-103 Turbine

A powerful choice for medium to high wind speed environments

3.2-103 Turbine  

3.2-3.8 Platform

Powerful and efficient turbines for a variety of wind regimes

3.2-3.8 Platform  

Haliade* 150-6MW

GE's Offshore wind turbine offerings

Haliade* 150-6MW Platform  

What are Wind Turbines and How do They Work?

Wind is a clean, free, and readily available renewable energy source. Every day around the world, wind turbines are capturing the wind’s power and converting it to electricity.  With over 25,000 wind turbines installed globally, GE is one of the world's leading turbine suppliers. 

Wind turbines allow us to harness the power of the wind and turn it into energy. When the wind blows, the turbine's blades spin clockwise, capturing energy. This triggers the main shaft, connected to a gearbox within the nacelle, to spin. The gearbox sends that energy to the generator, converting it to electricity. Electricity then travels down the tower to a transformer, where it is converted again to AC or DC voltage depending on the grid.

Watch these videos to learn more about how a wind turbine produces energy from GE and the US Department of Energy.

Wind 101

What is wind energy? Learn how GE harnesses the power of the wind.

Wind 101  

Wind Turbine Specs

View specifications for GE's full line of wind turbines.

Wind Turbine Specs  

Wind Services

Need information on service or upgrades for your wind turbines? Visit GE wind services.

Wind Services  

Digital Wind Farm

Learn more about how GE is creating the wind farm of the future.

Digital Wind Farm