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The world of renewables this week

General Electric’s renewables arm has landed its first orders for its massive 12-megawatt Haliade-X offshore wind turbine with Ørsted planning to deploy more than 1,200 MW of the turbines in US waters between 2022 and 2024, and making GE the preferred supplier for its 120 MW Skipjack and 1.1 GW Ocean Wind projects, off Maryland and New Jersey. Ironically the turbines and blades will be made at the GE facilities in France and pushed back to the US for installation. Donald Trump has said he will remove the waiver that was granted to California by the EPA which lets it set its own vehicle emissions standards. In reply California has said that it will consider amendments to its rebate programs…

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