Ørsted takes no heed of potential Siemens Gamesa cancellations

The dialog with Siemens Gamesa is constructive, but it’s not Ørsted’s job to save the ailing turbine manufacturer, says the CEO, who sees an advantage in the competitors’ dropped projects.
Photo: Joachim Ladefoged
Photo: Joachim Ladefoged

On Monday, there was almost a cry of distress from Siemens Gamesa. Behind the much-publicized and costly problems with the manufacturer’s onshore wind turbines, there is also a problem with the offshore wind turbines. Not in terms of quality, but the fact that both contracts and framework agreements will lead to further losses if customers do not agree to renegotiate them. 

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