Siemens Gamesa bags 176-MW contract from New Zealand

The turbine maker will add 41 new units to New Zealand's second-largest wind farm.

Photo: Siemens Gamesa/Marina Pacheco

Wind turbine manufacturer Siemens Gamesa secured a contract on Wednesday for 176 MW with New Zealand wind energy firm Meridian Energy, the former announces on its website.

"By working with like-minded partners like Meridian Energy, we can introduce the most advanced renewable technologies to unlock the full potential of wind in Asia Pacific and deliver clean and affordable energy to power economic and social progress," says Siemens Gamesa's chief executive of Onshore in the Asia-Pacific region, Paulo Soares.

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