Siemens Gamesa gets German deal for 30 turbines

A German project developer has made a framework agreement for up to 117 MW of Siemens turbines and will allocate them across several small projects.

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Siemens Gamesa has slightly expanded its framework for the coming years, reveals the company in a press release.

The turbine manufacturer has entered a framework agreement with German project developer VenSol Neue Energien for the delivery of up to 30 SWT-DD-142 turbines over the next three years. As it involves turbines of 3.5-3.9 MW, this means an ultimate capacity of 105-117 MW if the deal is fully realized.

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