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    Siemens Gamesa to supply 83 turbines for an offshore wind farm in Germany

    June 27, 2022 - CE Noticias Financieras


      Siemens Gamesa has received an order to supply 83 wind turbines to Denmark's Orsted for an offshore wind farm in German North Sea waters, which will have a total capacity of 913 megawatts.

      Installation of the wind turbines at the Borkum Riffgrund 3 wind farm is scheduled to begin in 2024, and Siemens Gamesa expects to complete commissioning in 2025.

      Last March, Siemens Gamesa was selected as the preferred supplier of the turbines for the wind farm and, in addition to supplying the wind turbines, has also been awarded a multi-year service contract.

      Investment in Poland

      The wind turbine manufacturer also announced on Monday that it has been chosen as the preferred supplier by the German utility RWE for the F.E.W. Baltic II wind farm, with a capacity of 1,000 MW. Baltic II wind farm, with a capacity of 350 MW, which will be developed in Polish waters of the Baltic Sea. Construction work is scheduled to begin in 2024 and will supply clean energy to supply around 350,000 households in Poland.

      Baltic II will have 25 wind turbines of Siemens Gamesa's most powerful 14 MW model, which it launched 1 year ago. The contract, which is subject to final investment decision, includes operation and maintenance services.

      Siemens Gamesa's purchases of products and services from suppliers in Poland currently average 250 million euros annually.

      To support the development of the offshore wind market in Poland, Siemens Gamesa will create a new center specializing in the implementation of projects in the Baltic Sea, with more than 150 experts working on the construction of offshore wind farms in Poland and other countries. Gdansk will be home to the main office, where the first recruitments have already begun.


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