Siemens Gamesa signs deal with Chinese developer

The wind turbine manufacturer is looking to secure its position on the Chinese market with a new strategic partnership.

Photo: Siemens Gamesa

Siemens Gamesa has signed a new partnership agreement in China. The turbine maker tweeted this Friday that it has entered a "strategic agreement" with Chinese project developer Suntien. The firm describes the deal as a "new milestone in China".

Suntien is a small fish in the big Chinese sea with installed capacity of just 351.6 MW. Nevertheless, Siemens Gamesa is looking to dive into this sea. In addition to its installed turbines, Suntien is currently working on developing an offshore wind project of 300 MW.

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