Siemens Gamesa books 208 MW order for Norwegian project

Utility Enige has nominated Siemens turbines for a larger onshore wind project.

German-Spanish wind turbine manufacturer Siemens Gamesa, a Vestas competitor, will deliver turbines totaling 208 MW to a Norwegian project to be developed by Engie & Susi partners, announces Engie on its website.

Siemens Gamesa will deliver 51 turbines to the project knowns as Tonstad in southern Norway. When the project is in operation, it will be one of the largest onshore wind farms in Norway. All energy will be purchased by Hydro Energy, a subsidiary of Norwegian aluminum manufacturer Hydro, announces Engie.

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