Siemens Gamesa has won an order for 77 to 90 MW in the US. The order covers five of the firm's best-selling machines in the US, the 2.3-108 turbines, as well as 25 of the slightly larger 2.3-120 turbines. It also includes an option to add more capacity, but the most interesting aspect of the order is the identity of the customer – and particularly the project.
Warren Buffett-controlled utility MidAmerican Energy placed the order for the Wind XI project in the US state Iowa.
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