Siemens Gamesa nominated turbine supplier for German Ørsted project

The OEM is hired to deliver wind turbines to the 242MW offshore wind project Gode Wind 3.

Photo: PR / Siemens Gamesa

Ørsted has decided on Siemens Gamesa to supply wind turbines to German offshore wind project Gode Wind 3. The manufacturer will deliver 23 model SG 11.0-200 Direct Drive units to the 242MW development, the German-Spanish turbine maker writes in a press statement. The contract also entails a five-year service agreement.

Gode Wind 3 is scheduled to enter full operation in 2024, after which the facility will generate renewable electricity for roughly 250,000 households in Germany.

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