Siemens Gamesa receives 94MW order from Iberdrola

The wind farm is expected to commission in the beginning of 2023, and the deal includes a five-year service agrement.

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Siemens Gamesa has secured an order from Spanish utility Iberdrola for a 94MW wind farm, which the company will construct in northern Spain.

The wind turbine manufacturer informs in a press release that the order entails 14 model SG 6.6-170 units and two model SG 5.0-145 turbines. The former turbine has a nominal capacity of 6MW and will thus be the most powerful wind turbine featured at Iberdrola's wind farms.

The wind farm is expected to commission in the beginning of 2023. At the same time, the contract comes with a five-year service agreement.

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