Siemens to construct Australian wind farm with batteries

Siemens Gamesa will be installing a groundbreaking onshore wind farm in Australian state Victoria.

Orders are pouring in from Australia to major wind turbine manufacturers as several states in the country have increased their climate targets significantly.

The latest state in line is Victoria, where local developer Neoen placed an order this Tuesday at Siemens Gamesa for up to 56 wind turbines with total capacity of 184 MW. The order includes a service and operation contract to run 25 years.

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