GE receives planning approval for Teesside blade manufacturing plant

GE Renewable Energy announced today that it has received the official planning approval for its Teesside offshore wind blade manufacturing plant from the Local Planning Authorities. This is the first major milestone in the lead up to the construction of this state-of-the art facility on the South Bank of Teesworks.

The plant construction should begin later in 2021 upon the finalization of all contractual documents. As previously announced, LM Wind Power will operate the facility which will be dedicated to the production of its 107-meter- long offshore wind turbine blades, a key component of GE’s Haliade-X, the most powerful offshore wind turbine built today.

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