24 companies prequalified for Saudi wind expansion

Danish wind turbine manufacturer Vestas is among the many familiar names partaking in the battle for 400 megawatts of wind development in Saudi Arabia.

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The Saudi Arabian authorities in charge of the country's first round of bidding, The Renewable Energy Project Development Office, have revealed the names of 24 companies which are pre-qualified to participate in the program.

One player is Denmark's Vestas, which is accompanied by Enercon, Goldwind, Siemens-Gamesa, and GE. Prequalified project developers include known industry players such as EDF, Enel, Gamesa Energia, and Marubeni, reports Wind Power Monthly.

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