Tuesday morning, Siemens Gamesa launched its latest offshore wind turbine.
With a capacity of 14-15 MW and a 222-meter rotor, it will be the largest machine on the market once it is ready to be commercially installed in 2024. However, while it makes a significant leap in terms of both capacity and energy production – which is promised to be 25 percent higher than the current 11 MW turbine – the platform in itself is not new.
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