Siemens Gamesa scores again in home market

Repsol places an order for 120 MW in what the OEM expects to be the "first of many" contracts with the oil company.

Photo: PR Siemens Gamesa/Marina Pacheco

Once again, there's no place like home.

That Spain can be considered Siemens Gamesa's domestic market was stated as such by Chief Executive Andreas Nauen at the wind turbine manufacturer's annual general meeting held earlier in March, when he also announced after a long period of pandemic-induced waiting that he had finally moved his residence from Denmark to Bilboa.

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