Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (BME:GAM) announced today it will deliver 16 of its onshore wind turbines for certain German projects with a combined capacity of 50.6 MW.
The largest of the four projects is the second construction phase of Brebek GmbH & Co KG’s community wind farm in Schleswig-Holstein. Siemens Gamesa is installing seven SWT-3.0-113 turbines as part of that scheme. The wind park’s commissioning is planned for this summer. Siemens Gamesa will be providing service and maintenance for 20 years.
The company will also erect four SWT-3.0-113 units as part of the Suederauerdorf wind project near Glueckstadt, also in Schleswig-Holstein. Siemens Gamesa got a 20-year service deal for this plant as well.
In addition, it will expand the 10-turbine Zerbst wind farm in Saxony-Anhalt with four additional units of the SWT-3.6-130 model. The customer is GETEC green energy AG.
Meanwhile, the company will replace an old machine that was installed in 2002 near Bredstedt in Northern Frisia with a new one of the SWT-3.2-113 type. It will be equipped with customized lighting and sensors to ensure the safety of passing by aircraft.
Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy was created in early April through the merger of Siemens Wind Power with Gamesa. The company noted that the above-mentioned orders were taken in by Siemens Wind Power before the effective combination and for this reason are not reflected in Gamesa’s first-quarter results.
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