Siemens Gamesa wins service order extension

Dutch offshore wind farm Gemini's service contract term, hitherto set to expire in 2031, is now prolonged with yet another handful of years.

Photo: Siemens Gamesa

Siemens Gamesa will be servicing the Netherlands' offshore wind farm, Gemini, for many years yet. That much was already a part of the contract the OEM entered back in 2014 to supply, beyond 150 model SWT 4.0-130 units, 15 years of service and operations work for the 600 MW facility carrying a price tag of EUR 3bn.

Now the service deal is extended to 2036, the farm's owner informs in a statement.

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