Danish company installs Siemens turbines in Australia

After installing 32 Siemens turbines in 13 weeks, Global Wind Service has received the task of installing a further 35 turbines.

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Danish services company Global Wind Power has received an order to install 35 SWT 3.2-130 Siemens turbines in the third phase of the Hornsdale Wind Farm to be set up from mid-May, writes the company in a press release.

"By being awarded phase III in the Hornsdale Wind Farm, GWS has once again demonstrated our willingness and ability to develop our competencies, providing the right teams and keeping pace with the needs of our customer in a rapidly evolving industry," said Lars Petersen, CEO of GWS, in the press release.

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