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Siemens Gamesa to supply turbines to a wind project in Romania



Siemens Gamesa is all set to supply turbines to the Pecineaga wind project in Romania.

The company signed an agreement with Eurowind Energy for the same. With this, it will return to the Romanian market.

The wind project is located at a site around 50km from Constanta.

According to the company, the “SG 6.6-170 turbines will sit on 135-metre towers with the installation expected to be carried out in the second half of 2024.”

Besides the installation, the company has also signed a 20-year service agreement, according to which it will cover the maintenance of the turbines.

Siemens Gamesa’s chief executive of operations in Northern Europe and the Middle East Clark MacFarlane was quoted in a statement, "This is the second project we have signed with Eurowind Energy this year, following a contract to supply the same turbines for the Lervik project in Sweden.”

The company plans to further explore opportunities in the wind industry.

Meanwhile, Eurowind head of engineering, procurement and construction Morten Gaarde commented, "We are also excited about taking the next steps and begin actual construction in Romania after years of development.”

Romania is regarded as an attractive growth market in Europe.

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