Siemens Gamesa CEO: Order intake of onshore turbines was extraordinarily high

"I see the Q2 order intake for onshore turbines as extraordinarily high, but the fact that we have sat at over 2 GW for three quarters in a row could be a fair indication of where we end up in the future," says Siemens Gamesa's CEO Markus Tacke.

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An order intake for onshore wind turbines totaling 2464 MW in the first three months at the close of March should be seen as an "extraordinarily" high figure, according to Siemens Gamesa's CEO Markus Tacke.

This was Siemens Gamesa's highest quarterly order intake to date, and on this front the company outperformed Vestas, which secured contracts for a total 1629 MW during the period.

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