This Thursday, Siemens Gamesa announced its three-year plan: Going forward, the company will manufacture gearless offshore wind turbines, while all of the company's onshore machines will be equipped with a gearbox.
Since first announcing the Siemens Gamesa philosophy "one segment/one technology" in November, the firm has hinted many times before that the more expensive, but less service-demanding solution would be wound down. But in the new three-year strategy, with the goal of cutting costs by EUR 2 billion, shrinking the menu in the Siemens Gamesa wind turbine kitchen takes center stage. From having 25 turbine types, the plan is to have just 9 in the future.
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