Siemens Gamesa bags contract to supply giant turbines to UK wind farm

Cecilia Keating
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Sofia offshore wind farm off UK coast in North Sea is set to have 100 262-metre tall turbines after developer Innogy signed a deal with turbine manufacturer Siemens Gamesa.

A wind farm planned in UK waters in the central North Sea is set to be the first in Europe to boast a new generation of king-sized turbines produced by Siemens Gamesa. Developer Innogy confirmed yesterday...

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