Siemens Gamesa has received an order of 42 MW for a project in Barwice in north-western Poland. The manufacturer will supply 14 wind turbines with a per unit effect of 3 MW and has furthermore been awarded a 20-year service contract by project developer Wirtgen Invest Energy, a subsidy of German WINRG. The turbines are expected to enter operation by January 2020, informs Siemens Gamesa in a press release, writes Polish media Biznes Alert.
The turbines will be produced in Denmark, the manufacturer notes. But the turbine towers will be supplied by Polish GSG Towers, which is probably the most important message in the press release, which also highlights that, last year, Siemens Gamesa used Polish suppliers for equipments ranging from rotor blades to mounting screws worth more than EUR 150 million.
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