Siemens Gamesa wins supply deal for big Norwegian wind farm

Akershus Energi and KLP have ordered 34 wind turbines from Siemens Gamesa in a deal worth NOK 1 billion.

Photo: Akershus Energi

Norway's Nord-Odal region will soon host 34 wind turbines made by Siemens Gamesa. Power utility Akershus Energi and pension group KLP have signed a supply contract valued at NOK 1 billion (EUR 90 million) with the German-Spanish company. The 34 units will be installed at two wind projects, Songkjølen and Engerfjelle, Akershus Energi writes in a press statement.

Projected annual generation from these turbines exceeds 500 MWh, roughly equating to the usage of 30,000 Norwegian households.

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