Siemens Gamesa awards contract for blade plant

Contractor is awarded deal worth GBP 82m to expand the OEM's British blade production.

Inauguration of Siemens Gamesa's blade factory in Hull. | Photo: Siemens Gamesa

Local, British jobs.

When it comes to offshore wind, the UK's political mantra these years is hard to misunderstand – not to mention appearing quite identical with a long row of countries around the world. In fact, global demand for local content is so tough to satisfy that things sometimes seem embellished to sound bigger and more local than might actually be the case.

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