GE opens wind turbine repair innovation lab in Albany

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Repairing a wind turbine gearbox several hundred feet in the air is no easy task, and it can get downright expensive and time-consuming if you have to rent a crane to remove and deliver parts. General Electric Co., in search of a better way, on Wednesday opened what it’s calling its Global Wind Turbine Repair Innovation Lab in Albany, to develop faster and more efficient processes to make on-site repairs, all the while emphasizing safety. The approach, said  Greg Thomas, a wind drivetrain repair engineer, “is really about the process  – the technique, the technology and the tooling.  More


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