Siemens Gamesa secures master supply agreement for Baltic Sea project

German developer WPD has chosen approximately 100 of Siemens Gamesa’s older turbines for the Gennaker project and inked a 20-year service agreement with the turbine maker. Updated.

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In May, WPD announced the sale of its offshore wind division to Global Infrastructure Partners. However, the sale does not entail that the German project developer merely leaves the division to its own devices ahead of the finalization of the deal.

On the contrary, it appears that the company has pulled out all the stops. After a long time as preferred supplier, Siemens Gamesa has received an order for the 900MW Gennaker offshore wind project.

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