Siemens to provide wind turbines in UK

The project, called London Array, is set to become the world's first 1 gigawatt wind farm.

May 20, 2009 09:59


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German conglomerate Siemens AG said Tuesday it will provide 175 wind turbines for a UK offshore wind farm project in the Thames estuary, but did not provide financial details. Munich-based Siemens said the deal includes delivery, installation and commissioning of the wind turbines, including a five-year service agreement. The turbines will be produced in Denmark and are expected to be shipped to the site for installation in 2011 and 2012. The project, called London Array, is set to become the world's first 1 gigawatt wind farm, supplying enough power for about a quarter of the homes in greater London, according to Siemens.

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