Siemens Gamesa: low bid on offshore wind creates bigger demands of us

We have more effective turbines, better operations and maintenance, says the UK president of the turbine manufacturer.

Samtlige vinger på London Array er aktuelt i gang med at blive udskiftet.

Competition on the European offshore wind market has increased over the last few years, resulting in record-low bids in offshore tenders in countries such as the United Kingdom, Germany and The Netherlands.

Besides the project developers which are often owned by larger utilities, pension funds or capital funds, stricter demands are being imposed on wind turbine manufacturers and their suppliers.

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