GE Renewable Energy – Offshore (GE Wind France SAS et GE Eoliennes SN)

MRE Contact

Steven CURET President GE Wind France and Director of Public Affaires Phone +33 (0) 240 411 591 +33 (0) 679 826 839 Email steven.curet@ge.com Linkedin ofSteven CURET
GE Renewable Energy – Offshore (GE Wind France SAS et GE Eoliennes SN) is member of the following organisations:
Company's main line of business

Marine renewable energy

Company's trades and skills

Engineering, manufacting, project management and maintenance of offshore wind turbines

Technologies EMR
  • Fixed wind
Position in the value chain in offshore wind energy
Engineering and parts fabrication
  • Parts/Materials
  • Mechanical and electromechanical components
  • Electrical and electronic components
  • Composites
  • Painting/surface treatment
  • Metallic structures
  • Castings
  • Engineering
  • Sub-assemblies
  • Wind turbine
  • Blades
  • Turbine
  • Generator
  • Cables and connectors
  • HVAC
  • Hydraulic/pneumatic system
  • Instrumentation/Control/Monitoring
  • Stator/Rotor
  • Hub
  • Gearbox
  • Break
  • Nacelle
  • Foundations
  • Fixed foundations
  • Engineering
Operation and maintenance
  • Inspection
  • Instrumentation/Control/Communication (products)
  • O&M resources (means of transport, equipment, etc.)
  • Surveillance/Safety
  • Servicing/Repair
  • Turbine maintenance
  • Blade maintenance
  • O&M assistance and facilities
  • Helicopters
  • Boats
  • Drones
  • Operation and maintenance management and data/sensor management
Decommissioning
  • Dismantling
  • Recycling/Waste management
Main means of production, scheme design, R&D+I relating to MRE

In 2014 construction of a manufacturing plant for nacelles and generators, and the setting up in Nantes of an engineering and services facility which also houses the headquartiers of GE Renewable Energy's global offshore devision.

Company's working languages

French, English, German, Spanish

References in France

Offshore wind turbine prototype at Le Carnet

References abroad

1) Prototypes d'éoliennes en mer en Belgique et Danemark; 2) Fourniture de 5 éoliennes en mer aux Etats-Unis (projet Block Island) en 2016; 3) Fourniture de 66 éoliennes en mer en Allemagne (projet Merkur) en 2018; 4) Fourniture de 3 turbines en Chine (Projet CTG) en 2018

Main presentation

GE Offshore Wind, a GE Renewable Energy business, is headquartered in Nantes, France, and has more than 600 employees in the world (with main offices in France, Spain, Germany, China and the US). GE Offshore Wind is the only offshore wind turbine supplier to have projects in Europe, Asia and the Americas. On March 2018, we announced a strategic investment plan to develop Haliade-X 12 MW, the most powerful offshore wind turbine to-date, to be assembled in Saint-Nazaire, with LM Wind Power blades to be manufactured in Cherbourg. The first prototype will be assembled end of summer 2019 in Rotterdam.