Siemens Gamesa scoops record 1.7-GW order for US offshore wind

22/07/2019 08:41 Wind

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Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy SA has received a conditional order from Ørsted A/S and Eversource Energy to supply 1,714 MW of turbines for three offshore wind farms in the US.

The deal involves the delivery and installation of SG 8.0-167 DD machines for the 880-MW Sunrise Wind, 704-MW Revolution Wind and 130-MW South Fork projects. The three schemes will be installed in federal waters off the coasts of New York and Rhode Island as part of Ørsted and Eversource’s Northeast cluster of US offshore wind projects.

 

The order also includes service agreements.

 

The delivery of the turbines is subject to Ørsted and Eversource reching final investment decisions on the separate schemes.

Source: renewablesnow.com

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