GE Renewable Energy has been selected by Windkoepel Groen to repower part of the Windplan Groen project in Flevoland province in the Netherlands. Repowering involves replacing older units with new, higher capacity turbines or retrofitting them with more efficient components - in both cases, significantly increasing wind farm production while extending the wind farm life. As part of this repowering project, GE will be providing 26 Cypress 6.0-164 onshore wind turbines at three wind parks (Ansjovisstroom, Hanze and XY Wind) with the total installed capacity of 156 MW. The three parks are expected to be completed in 2023. The agreement also includes a 25-year full-service contract.Windkoepel Groen manages the Windplan Groen project in Flevoland province, collaboration between local residents and entrepreneurs. More than 400 farmers and residents are actively contributing to the development of the project. With 90 wind turbines across 11 wind parks and an estimated capacity of 500 MW, Windplan Groen is the largest onshore wind farm in the Netherlands in terms of production and installed capacity. The project is making a substantial contribution to the Dutch national target goal of 16% sustainable energy by 2023. Windplan Groen will produce approximately 1.9 billion kilowatt hours (kWh) per year.