Siemens Gamesa outdoes itself with three orders in Chile

While a major Senvion customer secures increased trade finance facility for three delayed projects in Chile, among other things, the wind OEM announces orders for three Chilean projects.

After years of delay, the last Senvion turbine was installed at Chile's project Aurora in early summer. Now Siemens Gamesa receives a major order in the country. | Photo: Aela Energia

Chile has suddenly become a significant market for Siemens Gamesa. Last quarter, the South American country represented 14 percent of the company's order intake, corresponding to nearly 300 MW, and now the wind turbine manufacturer informs of another big order, distributed across 82 SG 4.5-145 turbines and totaling 359 MW.

"We are very pleased to extend our regional leadership to Chile, where we have closed our strongest year ever," says Jorge Lobatón, onshore managing director at Siemens Gamesa in Latin America, in the statement.

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