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General Electric Co. considers Japan ripe for new investment in wind power as the resource-poor country diversifies energy supply in light of the Fukushima disaster.

The U.S. company has developed a 2.85-megawatt turbine for Japan that can withstand conditions unique to the country. It can survive typhoon-strength winds, turbulent conditions and lighting strikes common in the nation, the company says.

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