GE Renewable Energy Buys Minority Stake in 3D Wind Tower Printing Company

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GE Renewable Energy today announced a minority investment in COBOD International, the company providing the 3D printer used at the Bergen research facility.

Officials from both companies said the investment will build on an existing relationship with COBOD International, a leading player in 3D construction printing solutions, first undertaken in 2019.  COBOD is experiencing double digit growth and the global market leader within 3D construction printing with more than 50 3D construction printers sold world-wide. Financial details on the investment were not disclosed.

COBOD is providing GE Renewable Energy largest 3D concrete printer in the world for use at R&D facility researching ways to print wind turbine towers onsite at wind farms. Read more

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