Siemens Gamesa moves closer to 2 GW in orders

The wind turbine manufacturer is in talks with both project developers and Egypt's transmission system operator. A power purchase agreement is in sight within three months, writes media. 

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In March, it will have been four years since Siemens Gamesa and the Egyptian government signed a contract valued at EUR 4 billion on the country's so-called Megaproject. However, the part of the contract entailing installation of wind capacity for up to 2 GW is still not underway.

In the meantime, several reports on both imminent breakthroughs and breakdowns have surfaced. Now, Egyptian media Daily News Egypt writes, referencing information from anonymous sources, that negotiations have again resumed and a power purchase agreement will be signed within three months.

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