Siemens secures Dudgeon order

Siemens' SWT-6.0-154 will be tested at Hunterston, Scotland
Norwegian energy giant Statoil plans to build its down-scaled Dudgeon wind power project off the UK using 6MW Siemens turbines, under a £516m ($846m) deal that also includes operations and maintenance for the 400MW development.

The German OEM, which will deliver 67 of its 154m diameter rotor machines for the Round 2 wind farm, will kick off the contract this month with engineering and design work for the project’s foundations and electrical infrastructure.

A first batch of the SWT-6.0-154s, also in the frame for Dong’s giant Westermost Rough project, will be ready for load-out at the start of 2017.

"The new turbine contract will secure planned progress in the Dudgeon project towards full operation during 2017,” says Statoil renewable energy senior vice president Siri Espedal Kindem. Log in to read complete article.

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