Siemens will provide 111 wind turbines to Dong Energy

29/06/2010 10:14 Renewable

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Dong Energy, one of the largest energy companies in Northern Europe, request Siemens for the construction of 400 MW wind power in one of its projects in Denmark. Siemens is responsible for building, installing and commissioning of 111 wind turbines.

The installed capacity of one turbine is 3.6 MW, with a 120 m rotor in diameter. The turbines are designed for an offshore wind park at Anholt, which will start functioning as from 2013, having a total capacity twice bigger than the largest existing wind park in the world. The sum of the contract was not disclosed. Siemens and Dong Energy are collaborating in renewable sector for a long time already, the first offshore wind park in the world being built by the companies in 1991. Dong Energy has a strategic partnership with Siemens, having signed in 2009 a contract for the construction of 500 wind turbines for Siemens.

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