Siemens Gamesa to supply turbines for wind project in Taiwan

19/06/2019 09:28 Wind

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Spanish wind turbine manufacturer Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) has secured an order to supply turbines for the 376MW Formosa 2 offshore windfarm project in Taiwan.

The conditional contract was awarded by consortium partners Macquarie Capital and Swancor Renewable Energy and includes a 20-year full-service agreement for the project.

 

Under the contract, SGRE will supply 47 SG8.0-167 DD offshore wind turbines for the farm.

 

Siemens Gamesa Offshore for Asia-Pacific executive general manager Niels Steenberg said: “We are delighted to continue our close collaboration with Swancor and Macquarie in Taiwan, which started on Formosa 1, Taiwan’s very first offshore wind power project.

 

“Siemens Gamesa is committed to the success of those early developments, which will lay the foundations for a prosperous and sustainable offshore wind industry in the market.”

Source: power-technology.com

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