Siemens Gamesa

CBI Files FIR Against Officials Of SJVNL, Siemens Gamesa

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has registered a case against some officials of Satluj Jal Vidyut Nigam Ltd (SJVNL) and Siemens Gamesa over fraudulent practices.  In a media statement, the central agency said that such malpractices led to a loss of around Rs 191 crore to the public sector utility. CBI said it had registered […]

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Chinese Wind Manufacturer Mingyang Stakes Claim To Largest Wind Turbine

The race to be the largest continues in the Wind Turbine sector, where offshore wind has seemingly opened up a canvas of unlimited proportions for manufacturers. From size to ability to withstand high wind speeds, the race is truly on to conquer the high seas. The latest to make a strong claim is Chinese major […]

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UK, German Moves To Support Offshore Wind Point To Challenges Ahead

Ørsted’s Travails World’s biggest  offshore wind energy developer- Danish firm Ørsted on November 1 this year announced ceasing developing two of its proposed offshore wind projects in the United States (US) at the cost of around £3bn in penalties. These projects were slated to come up at New Jersey off the US coast. They had […]

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Envision Strengthens Success Story in India with 653.4 MW Order

Envision Energy, a global leader in renewable energy solutions has won an order from India’s JSW Energy for developing a 653.4 MW wind energy park in Karnataka and Maharashtra. As per the order, Envision would provide 198 units of EN 156-3.3 MW WTGs (Wind Turbine Generator). The project is expected to be commissioned in phased […]

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Chinese Manufactucturers Flex Muscle In Wind Energy Too With 60% Market Share

While the world has been familiar with Chinese dominance of the solar sector, it is the wind energy sector where Chinese manufacturers have been making even faster strides. Onshore wind energy is dominated by Chinese firms today, even as Offshore wind, the last ‘frontier’ for western dominance, continues to crumble in the face of the […]

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Travails At Siemens Gamesa Could Signal Hiccups Ahead For Wind Energy, Again

Siemens Gamesa, a subsidiary of Siemens Energy, is currently facing challenges in multiple countries. Since its complete takeover by Siemens Energy last year, Siemens Gamesa has been lurching from one problem to another. Parent firm Siemen’s recent announcement of reducing its ownership stake in Siemens Gamesa by 6.8 per cent, bringing it down to 25.1 […]

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Repsol Picks Siemens Gamesa Turbines For Its 200-MW Wind Projects

Siemens Gamesa and Spanish petrochemical conglomerate Repsol have confirmed signing of two new contracts under which the global turbine maker will supply 40 units of its SG 5.0-145 onshore turbines for six wind farms in Spain. The total capacity of the six wind farms will be 200 MW. Following this agreement, Repsol will have eight […]

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Siemens Gamesa Bags 1000 MW Onshore Wind Commitment From RWE

RWE has announced the signing of a framework agreement with Siemens Gamesa under which Siemens Gamesa will supply turbines to 1000 MW of onshore wind farms that will be built by RWE in Europe. This allows Siemens Gamesa to become a leading supplier of large components for the RWE project pipeline. RWE will procure the […]

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RWE Secures All Components For 1,000 MW Thor Offshore Wind Farm

Global renewables player RWE is making progress on Thor Offshore Wind Farm which is Denmark’s largest to date. RWE has announced to have selected all preferred suppliers for all main components for the wind farm. With a planned capacity of more than 1,000 MW, Thor will be built in the Danish North Sea,off Jutland coast. […]

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