Siemens lands 60 MW onshore wind contract in South Korea

Siemens' new SWT-3.6-130 turbine makes up the bulk of a new order which the company has received in South Korea.

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Gyeongsangbuk. This is the name of the region on the east coast of South Korea where Siemens will begin the constructing several of the company's new onshore turbines, model SWT-3.6-130.

An order for a total 60.6 MW from 17 turbines has been signed by South Korean wind developer SK D&D Co., Ltd.

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