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Siemens Gamesa secures modest Balkan order

The wind turbine producer is increasing its presence by an eighth in the western Balkans with an order for discontinuing wind turbines in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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Siemens Gamesa has received an order to supply 36 MW at the wind farm Jelovaca in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The developer F.L. Wind has ordered 18 of the turbine manufacturer's G97-2.0 MW turbines as well as five years of service on them, announces Siemens Gamesa in a press release.

The relatively short-bladed turbines – the blades are 47.5 meters – are not among the nine types that Siemens Gamesa presented as part of its future onshore wind portfolio last week. However, the existing turbines will still be available in selected markets as the company has not emptied its stock yet. This was noted in a footnote in its strategyplan.

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