cost wind vs. coal and natural gas power

GE Wind Products GM Keith Longtin showcases the Brilliant 1.6-100's Predictive Power Analytics; Credit: A. Burger/Clean Technica

GE’s Brilliant Wind Turbine — Wind Power Cheaper Than Coal Or Natural Gas (Part 3)

This is Part 3 of a 3-part series on GE’s Brilliant 1.6-100 wind turbine. Check out Part 1 and Part 2 or the rest of our GE Brilliant Wind Turbine archives for more on the Brilliant 1.6-100 wind turbine. Big Data And The Industrial Internet Meet In The GE Brilliant 1.6-100 Impressively, … [continued]

GE Power & Water Wind Products GM Keith Longtin in front of the Brilliant 1.6-100's battery storage bank. Credit: A. Burger/Clean Technica

GE’s Brilliant Wind Turbine — Wind Power Cheaper Than Coal Or Natural Gas (Part 2)

This is Part 2 of a 3-part series on GE’s Brilliant 1.6-100 wind turbine. Read Part 1 here, and keep an eye on CleanTechnica or our GE Brilliant Wind Turbine archives for Part 3. Lower Cost Wind Energy + New Revenue-Generating Opportunities The GE Brilliant 1.6-100’s Ramp Control, Predictive Power Analytics, and short-term, grid-scale … [continued]

Opening the hatch and venturing out atop the GE Brilliant 1.6-100's machine head; Credit: A. Burger/Clean Technica

GE’s Brilliant Wind Turbine — Wind Power Cheaper Than Coal Or Natural Gas (Part 1)

Already competitive with electricity produced by coal and natural gas-fired power plants, GE is driving the cost of clean, green, renewable energy down further with its Brilliant line of wind turbines and power management systems. Incorporating Ramp Control, Predictive Power Analytics, and short-term, grid-scale battery storage in an integrated wind power systems platform, GE Power & Wind believes it’s on the right track when it comes to addressing one of the industry’s persisting criticisms: the intermittent nature of wind.