Siemens Gamesa seeks approval of facility plans in France

The German-Spanish turbine manufacturer Siemens Gamesa has applied to authorities in Le Havre for approval of huge facility plans in the port city.

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A planned factory in the port of Le Havre will produce the main components of Siemens Gamesa's 8 MW turbines, which will initially be used for offshore wind projects Le Treport, Saint Brieuc and Noirmoutier for an approximate total of 1.5 GW, reports industry media

Each of the three wind farms are 496 MW, while Le Treport and Noirmoutier will be launched in 2024 and Saint Brieuc is planned for 2023 launch.

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