Siemens Gamesa fears coronavirus waves' undercurrent

The wind OEM warns of headwind from rising prices on a long series of commodities, saying it will pass on as much of the added expense as possible to customers. The cost burden should be distributed, says CEO.

Steel and copper prices aren't the only commodities trading for higher prices. The same is true of materials like epoxy used in turbine blades. | Photo: Siemens Gamesa

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