Siemens Gamesa selects subsuppliers for Taiwan project

Siemens Gamesa has entered contracts with a series of subsuppliers, now that it expects the offshore wind market to start accelerating in Taiwan.

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Pens are in a flurry this week, as Siemens Gamesa today, Wednesday, has entered ten memorandum of understanding (MoU) contracts with subsuppliers for its wind farm in Taiwan.

The contracts will provide support for the orders Siemens Gamesa expects to receive in the coming years in the soon-to-be booming offshore wind energy market in the Asian island state.

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