European Energy chooses Siemens Gamesa to supply four wind farms

The manufacturer will once again supply its largest wind turbines with rotor diameters of 170 meters for a project in Sweden, while smaller models are on order for development in Poland.

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It's true that only the Baltic Sea separates Sweden and Poland, however, a class example of the persisting influence of state policy on the wind sector is illustrated with a new order for Siemens Gamesa and clearly indicates that the difference extends further than merely geographic space.

The OEM has received an order to supply wind turbines to European Energy's Kingebol project in Sweden. Here, the Danish developer has selected Siemens Gamesa's newest model with the widest possible blade circumference, the 5.8-170, which means the facility's 37 MW can be covered by six units.

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