Dong and Siemens Gamesa collaborate on research project

The offshore wind industry's largest developer is joining forces with the most dominant turbine manufacturer to inject GBP millions in a five-year research program involving three universities.

Two of the largest players in the offshore wind industry are joining forces with three British universities on a research project.

Sheffield University will head the five-year project, which in addition to the universities in Hull and Durham will also involve Dong Energy and Siemens Gamesa. The project has a budget of GBP 7.6 million (EUR 8.7 million) and will examine how to make future turbines and offshore wind projects less expensive, writes Sheffield University in a press release.

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