Siemens Gamesa to supply 281-megawatt Nordlicht onshore wind project in Norway

Total of 67 wind turbines of the type SWT-DD-130 to be supplied, rated at 4.2 megawatts each With a diversified investor’s base and highly efficient direct-drive wind turbines, the Norwegian onshore wind power project “Nordlicht” is currently one of Europe’s largest and most innovative developments in renewable energy. Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy has received an order1 for the supply and installation of 67 units of its recently upgraded OptimaFlex wind turbine type SWT-DD-130. The project site is located west of the city of Tromsø in northern Norway on two neighboring mountains. On Kvitfjell 47 units will be installed, and another 20 units will be installed on Raudfjell. The turbines are

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Siemens Gamesa successfully installs Asia’s tallest wind turbines in Thailand

The G114.2.0 and G114.2.1 turbines come with 153-metre tall towers The company has installed 33 turbines (67.5 MW) at the Sarahnlom wind farm in Thailand Siemens Gamesa has set a new record in Asia by installing this year the tallest wind turbines on the continent. The turbines are equipped with 153-metre tall towers, and with the 56-metre blades, they reach a total height of 210 metres. The project -owned by Thai engineering company Gunkul and being built by developer PowerChina ZhongNan- has total capacity of 67.5 MW; i.e. 33 units of the G114-2.0 and G114-2.1 MW models. Siemens Gamesa has already installed these 33 turbines in the Sarahnlom wind farm

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Siemens Gamesa speeds up its integration process and prepares to lead in a growing market

Global revenues decreased by 7% to €2,693 million in the third quarter of fiscal year 2017 as a result of the temporary downturn of the Indian market. O&M service revenue expanded by 8%, to €300 million. The announced synergies of €230 million are now the ‘minimum’ and the company expects to realize these synergies in year 3, one year earlier than announced.  Ricardo Chocarro, who has held important positions at former Gamesa for the last 18 years, has been appointed new Onshore CEO. Siemens Gamesa expects the renewable energy sector to improve with emerging markets continuing to play a particularly important role and new auctions in mature markets such as

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Siemens Gamesa to supply 36 turbines in Mexico

The company has established itself as the leading OEM in this market, having installed over 2.200 MW to date Siemens Gamesa continues to reinforce its leadership in Mexico, where it has ranked as the number-one OEM in recent years, with a new order1 for the supply of 76 MW. More specifically, the company has entered into an agreement with the independent developer, Fuerza y Energía Limpia de Tizimín, for the installation over the course of this year of 36 of the firm’s G114-2.1 MW turbines at the Tizimín wind farm being developed in the state of Yucatán, which is scheduled for commissioning in 2018. The agreement also encompasses the operation

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Siemens Gamesa receives 20-turbine order from Indonesia for Equis Energy’s ‘Tolo 1’ onshore wind power plant

‘Tolo 1 Wind Farm’ in Indonesia will consist of 20 wind turbines of the type SWT-3.6-130 Construction on site in Jeneponto, South Sulawesi, commissioning in early 2018 Scope includes engineering, procurement, construction and long-term operation and maintenance With the ‘Tolo 1’ onshore wind project, Siemens Gamesa has secured its first order1 in Indonesia for the gearless SWT-3.6-130 wind turbines. The wind power plant developed by Equis Energy, the largest renewable energy IPP (independent power producer) in the Asia-Pacific region, will be installed by late 2017. Commissioning is planned for early 2018. Equis Energy has signed 5-year contracts with Siemens Gamesa for engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) as well as operations

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Siemens Gamesa to supply 118 MW in Turkey, marking the début order in Europe for its new 3.3 MW platform

  The company will install 36 wind turbines at the Baglar and Ardicli wind farms, to be installed in the Turkish region of Konya Siemens Gamesa will maintain these wind farms for the next 5 years The nacelles to be fitted in these facilities will be assembled at the factory in Ágreda (Soria, Spain), while the towers and blades will be made in Turkey, using local suppliers Siemens Gamesa has landed its maiden order1 from the Turkish investor Sancak Enerji for the supply of 118 MW at two wind farms in the region of Konya. Moreover, it marks the first order for the supply of turbines from the 3.3-MW platform

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One-stop fulfillment: Siemens Gamesa to supply EnBW Albatros offshore wind power plant as first German full-scope-project

  Complete solution with significant benefits through optimization and synergies Perfectly aligned technology from generator to grid connection German debut for Siemens’ compact offshore transformer-module OTM Following the 497-megawatt (MW) order for the EnBW Hohe See offshore wind power-plant, EnBW has also awarded Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy with the installation of the neighboring 112-MW-project EnBW Albatros. The scope of supply includes 16 direct-drive SWT-7.0-154 wind turbines on monopile foundations and the grid connection via a Siemens Offshore Transformer Module (OTM). Siemens Gamesa will install both wind power plants in parallel. Installation will start in spring 2018. The projects are located 90 kilometers north of Borkum Island in the German North

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Siemens Gamesa delivers wind turbines for four onshore projects in Germany with a total capacity of 50 megawatts

Repowering wind turbine Geestpark Almdorf signals during air traffic Seven turbines of the type SWT-3.0-113 for Karlum wind farm Extension of Zerbst project with four SWT-3.6-130 Long-term service and maintenance contracts over 20 years Proven direct-drive technology is being deployed in new Onshore projects in Schleswig-Holstein, Lower Saxony and Saxony-Anhalt, for which Siemens Gamesa will deliver 16 wind turbines with a total capacity of 50.6 megawatts (MW)1. Individualized planning and flexible technology helped some of these projects to qualify for the necessary approvals: in Geestpark Almdorf, Siemens Gamesa fully met site requirements for air safety with a customized lighting concept. For the Karlum wind farm, electromagnetic shielding of the turbines

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