Nexans lands cables contract for Siemens Gamesa's global wind projects
Nexans new range of cable and power accessories for offshore wind farms, June 30, 2016. All rights reserved.
Paris-based cables manufacturer Nexans SA (EPA:NEX) announced Monday it secured a two-year contract from Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy SA (BME:SGRE) for the supply of cables for onshore and offshore wind turbines.
The contract will cover the supply of 60 kilometres of medium-voltage (MV) cables and 1,200 kilometres of low-voltage (LV) cables from Nexans’ Windlink brand.
Specifically, Nexans will deliver ready-to-install MV cable kits, including 72-kV cable kits for the offshore wind segment, and deploy a wide range of cabling solutions, as well as LV copper cable assemblies and aluminium power cables for fixed installation in towers.
The company will manufacture all the products at its plants across Europe, Latin America and North Africa.
The cables will be installed in wind turbines for Siemens Gamesa’s projects across the world.
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