Siemens Gamesa lands orders totaling 263 MW

The German / Spanish turbine manufacturer has announced orders in Sweden, Norway, Germany and Turkey valued at a total 263 MW.

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Siemens Gamesa will deliver turbines to several projects across four countries, announces the company in a press release. The statement adds that the orders were logged during the company's fourth quarter 2019, which runs from July to September.

The order is for 34 turbines totalling 137 MW in Germany, Norway and Sweden. It will also supply 37 turbines to projects in Turkey totaling 125 MW in capacity.

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