Siemens Gamesa to build recyclable turbines from 2040

The wind turbine major follows in the footsteps of Vestas and means to build fully recyclable wind turbines from 2040 and recyclable turbine blades as of 2030.

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Wind turbine manufacturer Siemens Gamesa follows in the footsteps of competitor Vestas, declaring that it intends to build fully recyclable wind turbines as of 2040.

The mission also entails a halfway goal of having recyclable turbine blades by 2030.

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