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The giant, offshore Haliade X wind turbine could be the future of wind energy

The Haliade X wind turbine will produce 45% more energy than any other wind turbine. Image: REUTERS/Benoit Tessier

Rob Smith

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GE’s Haliade X wind turbine is over twice the size of the Statue of Liberty.
GE’s Haliade X wind turbine is over twice the size of the Statue of Liberty. Image: GE Reports
Software controls the pitch of Haliade X wind turbine and then angles it into the wind
Software controls the pitch of Haliade X wind turbine and then angles it into the wind Image: Tomas Kellner for GE Reports

GE is building the Haliade X wind turbine, the largest in the world.
GE is building the Haliade X wind turbine, the largest in the world. Image: REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni

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